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Court-appointed manager of Mississippi capital water system gets task of fixing sewage problems

Officials from the U.S. Justice Department, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality and the city of Jackson all agreed to give the extra duties to Ted Henifin.
Henifin had decades of experience running water systems in other states before U.S. District Judge Henry Wingate appointed him late last year to run the Jackson system. This action shows the continuing commitment of the Justice Department to seek justice, health and safety for the residents of Jackson, Mississippi, and to prioritize enforcement in the communities most burdened by environmental harm.






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  • winnie nguru

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    Great

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    • johnte ndeto

      46 w

      This will define the rules and regulations pertaining climate and the enforcement of the same

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      • Annett Michuki..

        46 w

        Jackson city might find a solution in fixing water pipes which has been athreat to their health with sewer

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        • Joseph Githinji

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          This is a great precedence set by the justice department.

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