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Residents ask council for water quality solution

October 8, 2013

Flushing water mains continues to be the strategy to eliminate concerns about water quality in certain areas of the valley, Minot City Council members learned Monday....

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Oct-08-13 9:54 AM

My water is now "clean" but it smells so strongly of chlorine that I can't sit in the bathroom when my kids are taking a bath due to a chlorine allergy. Filling up a sink should not make my kitchen smell like I am at the pool. I am glad they are finally addressing this after 2 years of disgusting water, but this doesn't seem like a solution. We are again forced to be ok with the water quality because we don't have a choice. We again have to pay our water bill no matter what the output looks like. When I have to replace my water heater, sinks, tubs, dishwasher, washing machine, and clothes that have been ruined, is the city water department going to pay for them? I am sure they won't and I am sure I will be the one looking crazy and bitter. Extremely frustrating, especially after the flood and after years of calling in complaints.

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Oct-09-13 8:34 AM

I, too, have a chlorine allergy. I've been having difficulty since they upped the chlorine in the water. I am thinking about getting a softener and filtering system put in.

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