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Snyder would warn residents not to drink the water - that the city should switch back. "That's where I'm kicking myself every day ". Snyder said he wishes he asked more questions and had not just accepted answers. Gadola quickly wrote that the idea of using the Flint River as a drinking water source was "downright scary". The executive office, unlike other state departments, is not subject to Michigan's Freedom of Information Act.
However, they said they will work in good faith, hoping to reach an agreement for a new contract soon. "The vote to authorize a strike is obviously something we can keep in our back pocket if negotiations aren't going well, but both sides are going to continue talking for the next couple days", said Jim Carvalho, spokesman for UFCW Local 1445, which represents Stop & Shop workers in eastern and central Massachusetts, excluding the South Shore and Cape Cod.
But Fury Road's veteran Australian cinematographer John Seale missed out on the Oscar, with The Revenant's Emmanuel Lubezki winning his second consecutive Academy Award. But the highlight was Obaid-Chinoy's strong words after winning her second trophy. 'It was like getting the band back together, ' Miller said. Vikander played an artist married to a man (Eddie Redmayne) who begins more closely identifying with being a woman.
His album available only on Tidal has him tweeting for people to subscribe to Tidal , as well as tweeting that he's in debt - $ 53 million is what he's claiming. "I'd rather teachers got paid more and books cost less..." The hope was presumably that more people would take advantage of Tidal , the subscription-based streaming service that Kanye has a stake in.
Sharp , on the other hand, will leverage Hon Hai's partnership with Apple Inc., and will probably find more outlets for its products via Hon Hai's expansive network in China. The two companies are in takeover talks. The company did not respond to requests for comment. This month, Sharp's chief Kozo Takahashi refused to be drawn on which offer he favoured, but said his company was putting "more manpower" into evaluating the Taiwanese offer.