Monday, April 4, 2016

WDT: Water main break fixed on Factory Street, Rabid Coon Found

     The water main break today didn't affect us on Pearl Street but talk of cloudy water was on Mill Street. I stopped to pick up a coffee at Tim Horton's but when a lady came in talking about brown water next door, I ditched the Joe.

     Another rabid animal in the City. This one a raccoon on Prospect Street.

Watertown Daily Times | Water main break fixed on Factory Street

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I live on Mullin Street, and believe it or not, it affected us way over here. It fine now, but my water was nasty brown this afternoon.

Anonymous said...

Karma

Anonymous said...

This is just getting a response to an earlier blog about the H2O Dept. The post about Sligar may refer to when he had to appear before a judge in Albany about threatening employees. Not to worry,we have memos and documents to substantiate your statements. The amount of water the COW can supply we have those also or you can get them from the library under the COW ERP. These will be released so through multiple media outlets but the Times gets first shot. I am sure Utica and Syracuse are interested.

Anonymous said...

Never mind about bedbugs....where's the rabies czar??? I don't think bedbugs ever killed anyone. Why so many rabid animals roaming around the city??

Anonymous said...

Glad the fire queens are in the news. Sligar needs a break from this BS.

Anonymous said...

He'll get it620...........He's leaving in June.....

Anonymous said...

I just read the annual water quality report. Looks like things are worse in the last two years. Turbidities and TTHM's and HAA5's are higher. We should call it the annual water poorer quality report.

Anonymous said...

Yea continue to blame Mike Sligar. He does not operate the water plant. Time to sell that facility to DANC and have real workers run it!

Anonymous said...

Mike has done more in a short time to improve the water department. This is a short list; fixed a leaking dam, bought a dredge, replaced meters, got rid of a meter reader,started pH study,increased water revenues, and got workers to do there job. Same results as running the waste plant. What more do you want. Best man for the job.