Water trouble at Timberline Ridge

January 9, 2013

Walhalla’s utilities superintendent received the go-ahead last night to spend up to $2,500 on tests to determine what’s wrong with the water on a dead end street. Two Timberline Ridge residents complained to the mayor and council they’ve been forced to buy bottled water for drinking purposes and have contracted health problems from their shower water. Utilities superintendent Scott Parris discussed potential actions to eliminate the foul water, but first wants to see what the tests indicate. A new water line is priced at $17,500.

 

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