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State officials are investigating a complaint that raises this question: Should a man who was convicted of poisoning children on his son’s football team in 2000 be in charge of an entire city’s water?
Jerome M. Breland is interim utilities operations manager for North Las Vegas, meaning he’s head of the city’s water and sewer system, though he’s been safeguarding the water for the city of 230,000 for several years as a water systems supervisor.
State law says a water operator’s certificate, issued by the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, can be revoked if the operator “has demonstrated disregard for the health and safety of the public.”