Milwaukee's Health Commissioner has resigned amid reports at his department failed to follow up and provide services to families of children who tested positive for let Marty Michelson reports from member station WWL AM in Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett says, his staff will work to fix the issue and notify parents Barrett said at a news conference that he had identified mismanagement in the health department that had left him deeply disturbed and angry. He said he and Health Commissioner Bevan Baker agreed. It's time for new leadership at the department. In a joint statement, Members of Milwaukee is common Council called the department's failure to follow up on children's pass. The DIW led tests and egregious public health failure. Milwaukee has a concentration of older homes on the north side. Each year 25,000 children are tested for led with a vault three thousand samples coming back at elevated levels For NPR News. I'm Marty Michelson in Milwaukee 20-year-old Florida man has come forward to claim last weekend's four hundred fifty one million dollar Mega Millions jackpot shame missile or says he hopes to use the money to pursue his passions, help his family and do some good for humidity chose to receive the lump sum of two hundred eighty two million instead of annual instalments. This is NPR News.