Two of Gov. Rick Snyder’s top aides implored the administration to stop subjecting residents to the Flint River because of serious health hazards in October 2014, nearly a year before the governor allowed Flint to switch back to Detroit’s water, new e-mail records show.
Mayor Duggan’s outlandish claim during the State of the City address warrants a closer look at his relationship with Gov. Snyder and emergency management.
Gov. Snyder ordered state officials to withhold alarming evidence that Flint schools had dangerous levels of lead in their drinking water, according to new e-mails.
The records show the city grossly misrepresented the number of broken hydrants earlier this year.
Under Mayor Mike Duggan, public records are often a luxury, affordable only to those able to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Mayor Duggan’s administration refused to turn over public records about broken hydrants that are jeopardizing lives and property.
Mayor Duggan’s administration has declined to release public records on broken hydrants.
Fires are ravaging neighborhoods, claiming lives and chasing residents out of the city.
This is the third time in two months that the Duggan administration has demanded that we pay thousands of dollars for public records. One bill was $42,000.
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