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Flint utility boss quit after emergency manager blocked plans to reconnect to Detroit water

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Daugherty Johnson worked more than 20 years for the city. He says he directed managers to prepare to reconnect to Detroit water. The state of Michigan paid to make the same switch after acknowledging rising levels of lead in Flint water. Four Flint children allege they suffered brain damage and other injuries.
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Flint utility boss quit after emergency manager blocked plans to reconnect to Detroit water

The man with direct oversight of Flint’s water system says he quit his job in 2015 after a former emergency manager blocked his plan to reconnect the city to the Detroit water system.

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