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Erin Brockovich's team gets involved in local march for clean water

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FLINT, MI (WNEM) -

Well-known environmental activist, Erin Brockovich, continues to voice concerns about water issues in one Mid-Michigan city.

Brockovich is sending environmental investigator, Bob Bowcock, to Flint to take part in a march for clean water.

The march is happening Saturday, Feb. 14. It starts at 1p.m. at Flint City Hall.

Last month TV 5 spoke to Bowcock via Skype.  He says Brockovich's team is keeping a close eye on Flint's water woes.

“We hope to see it to an end. We'll be staying contact with people through social media outlets, through the media, and we will meet with members of Congress from Michigan and the senators from Michigan to address these issues,” Bowcock said.

Brockovich recently posted about the march on her Facebook page, urging people to get involved.

“Please make signs, bring your friends and dress warmly!! Tell everyone you know! We need the world to see that we are NOT OK with our government turning a blind eye to what is happening,” her post said.

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