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And yes , its under his watch so he's the guy to blame !

Posted 122 days ago.

As usual coaldust you fail to see the reality ! Yeah Flint has legally appointed mayor etc , but the republinut governor decided that his way of doing things was better than theirs so he appointed a emergecy overseer who makes all the calls . Nice eh , I'd just tell all the local officals to go home !

Posted 122 days ago.

absolem

NCN as long as we are talking about the most recent Sebring, Ohio event. if you are speaking of Flint, then my points are misdirected and i apologize for the attempted correction. according to multiple outlets, James Bates is referred to as the Water Superintendent.

Posted 122 days ago.

BeRight

the last post is in regards to Flint.

Posted 122 days ago.

BeRight

The lead in the water is coming from the lead pipes in the peoples homes or the feeder lines servicing those homes. The water leaving the plant does not have lead in it but the chemicals added to the water cause the lead to leach out of the pipes.

This is a cluster. But it does show what happens when Bureaucrats look for the easy way out.

Posted 122 days ago.

Coaluser

Flint has a democrat mayor slinko sleazo.. So the MI Gov had already started a monitoring program last year.. Blame yourselves, not the gov.

Posted 122 days ago.

NasCarNut

so whats all that got to do with

the water plant operator mentioned was actually the Water resources Superintendent

I've yet to read where the Superintendent was mentioned in the 3 articles I've read...could have missed it though...

Posted 122 days ago.

absolem

NCN....according to CNN, only 3 of the 28 homes still have unacceptable levels of lead after retesting. you may not be aware but even the Superintendents need to have applicable licenses issued by State DNR's. as suspected, grab samples were the culprit and mishandling of the elevated levels of lead. in many cases, older homes are susectable to elevated lead in their water and......since consumers are usually responsible for all indoor plumbing, the removal and replacement can be quite costly. anyhow, he denies fudging the numbers, so it will be interesting to see how it shakes out. but an operator of a plant is is most likely not....especially considering that the town manager has stepped in for the time being...i am certain he lacks certification to treat water.

Posted 122 days ago.

Shopsteward

With the recent court decision its looking more like an over ride of Tomlins veto may be in the offing

Posted 122 days ago.

Shopsteward

Metro news is reporting that 66% of WV residents support right to work legislation with 28% opposing. Looks like we are heading the right way

Posted 122 days ago.

NasCarNut

, the Ohio EPA is taking steps to revoke the water treatment operator license of Jim Bates, the current licensed operator, as he is not properly performing his duties in a manner that is protective of public health. The agency also has reason to suspect that the operator falsified reports, so it has opened an investigation and is requesting help from U.S. EPA’s Criminal Investigation Division.

another article...

Posted 122 days ago.

NasCarNut

The state Environmental Protection Agency issued an emergency order Monday forbidding James Bates from working at the Sebring village water treatment plant and informing him that the agency intends to revoke his operating license for endangering the public and for submitting "misleading, inaccurate or false reports." Ohio EPA Director Craig Butler said he asked the U.S. EPA to open a criminal investigation of what occurred in Sebring, a village about 60 miles southeast of Cleveland.

The Youngstown Vindicator reported Monday that Bates has been placed on administrative leave. Bates declined to comment when reached at home.

Posted 122 days ago.

NasCarNut

Ohio's environmental protection agency issued a warning on December 3 about lead contamination in the Sebring water supply.

It issued a notice of violation to the village on Thursday after learning officials "had failed to properly notify its customers" and repeatedly failed to "provide timely and accurate information to the department's field office."

"It has become apparent that our field office was too patient in dealing with the village of Sebring's 'cat and mouse' game and should have had closer scrutiny on the water system meeting its deadlines," Ohio EPA Director Craig Butler said.

from the article...

Posted 122 days ago.

NasCarNut

The agency said in a statement it has "reason to suspect that the operator falsified reports" and has asked the federal Environmental Protection Agency's criminal division for help with the investigation.

The Ohio agency did not specify what kind of reports it was referring to. A spokesperson for it was not immediately available for comment.

came from the article imread...

Posted 122 days ago.

continual

Posted 122 days ago.

I think Flint was and is one of the republinutz governors cities that is under the rights emergency overseer program . Well they probably did save money but doomed thousands of adults and children to coninual health problems ! Way to go republicans !

Posted 122 days ago.

absolem

NCN...you are correct...reports should never be falsified much like your mis-assignment of blame. our water supplies are essential and great care and oversight should be mandated and vigorously enforced.

Posted 122 days ago.

NasCarNut

the water plant operator mentioned was actually the Water resources Superintendent

either way the reports should never be falsified...

Posted 122 days ago.

NasCarNut

During the occupation, the 54-year-old broke away from the rest of the group and set up a one-man camp on a chair outside the building, hunkered down under a sleeping bag, a tarpaulin, and clutching his rifle in the bitter January air.

Finicum vowed three weeks ago that he would rather die than be taken into custody.

guess he got what he wanted...bet his wife and 11 kids would rather have him in custody...

Posted 122 days ago.

absolem

yeah...there are alot of Steeler fans in your area. thats understandable. my wife has quite a few friends that are Steeler fans. Her family support the Browns. i say...pick your team and support them well!

Posted 123 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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