Louisville air pollution chief retires amid failing audits of monitoring network – The Courier-Journal


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Louisville air pollution chief retires amid failing audits of monitoring network
The Courier-Journal
But the announcement was made as Fischer had increased scrutiny on the agency following three auditsby state and federal officials that found employees were collecting years' worth of faulty air pollution data used to demonstrate compliance with the
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