Letter to the Editor

Where’s my water?

CambriaMay 16, 2014 

Well, time for me to rant: Just came back from our one source in Cambria to get nonpotable water for my few little dried-up deck plants with my six little buckets and watering cans only to come home empty-handed yet again. Whenever I go to get some water, there are six to eight pickup trucks with huge tanks filling up day after day.

How does a 73-year-old single person with no pickup and no tank get any water? There should be a rationing for this water just as there is for all of us regarding the potable water we can use in our homes. I suppose they will drain all this water out eventually. There should be one station for us little guys! It is a hot day. My plants need water.

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