Our water basin could be looked at like a person with a hemorrhage, it is being bled dry!
The first thing to do is stop the bleeding; put a temporary tourniquet on, and then you have time to triage the damage.
Go back and find the bleeders, and cauterize as needed.
After the patient is stable, then long-term solutions are then put in place: like repairing damaged tissue, building the blood level back up in the patient, and figure out how to keep the hemorrhage from happening again.
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Supervisor (Debbie) Arnold only wants to repair the damaged tissue (homes without water), without addressing the root cause.
Although that action may be necessary, and helpful for a small time, it is totally useless if the basin is still bleeding!
Ms. Arnold needs to be made aware of how desperate this situation is and quit stalling!
Filling up a few water tanks is a very nice thought, but how long is she willing to continue that?
Do you RECALL what I said, Ms. Arnold? Our basin is being bled dry!!!!
Give some real help to your constituents and put a tourniquet on!