The Detroit News
FLINT, MI, FEB 26, 218 — The city’s former water utilities administrator said Friday the water system generated a huge number of resident complaints about odor and color two months after the city’s April 2014 switch to river water.
Michael Glasgow testified for the second day in 67th District Court that the Flint water treatment plant did not have the ability to use phosphate coating to keep the pipes from rusting and the water clean. His testimony was peppered with complicated terminology about the lack of corrosion controls and how Michigan Department of Quality officials didn’t help stop the plant from running when clear warning signs were present. Read more at The Detroit News