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What went wrong with Dixmoor’s water? How squabbling and crumbling infrastructure left thousands in Chicago suburb without ‘a human right.’

by staff

Dixmoor’s economic development director, John Thompson, left, talks with Superintendent of Public Works Hubert Darden, second from right, water operator Rufus Fisher, center, and an engineer just outside a pumping station during water pressure problems in Dixmoor on Oct. 20, 2021. (Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune)

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