Headache on Henry Street

Nathan Liewicki
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Residents hoping for more transparency from city

Darlene Buchan has a difficult time explaining the odour that is emitted when she turns on her kitchen and bathroom faucets.

“It’s kind of a musty, rusty smell. You turn on the shower and you can smell it immediately,” Buchan told the Times-Herald on Tuesday.

Nathan Liewicki can be reached at 306-691-1256 or follow him on Twitter @liewicks.

Organizations: Times-Herald

Geographic location: Moose Jaw

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  • Kimberly Wylie
    July 12, 2014 - 01:07

    This is disgraceful. The town has been letting citizens of Moose Jaw deal with dirty water for months, bad roads for years and worst of all...Delaying the problems by not returning calls, saying there's a plan but not executing when they claim to? What is the real issue at hand here? It's easy to understand the concept of bringing people into a city to profit with tourism and help economic growth. But I think this city has forgotten about it's loyal customers??? It's time for your council to remember that there would be no Moose Jaw without the people that live there!