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here here Randall, I live in Barrhaven and have no issue with the water ban, we still have water for drinking, cooking, showers, and laundry so whoever thinks it is a major inconvenience really needs to a reality check.
Randall you are right it is inconvenience and thats about it. What people, myself included are pissed at or at least find contradictory is the city will allow car washes to remain open in the area, hire water trucks fill hot tubes and private swimming pools and then turn around and tell me not to water my vegetable garden or wash out my green bin. Ever get a smell of one of them in the summer. If there is going to be a water shortage then by all means take the necessary measures, but do it right. Oh and I already have a rain barrel had it for years, funny thing though if it does not rain it does not get filled. Chez is sure turning into an old fart radio station and you are leading the way.
totally agree with you Randall……society has become so selfish and then they wonder why we pay so much taxes………they expect too much from the municipalities, provinces and country…………
I don’t mean to change the subject Randall, but getting back to your earlier point about the nearly 300-400 people killed in Alabama because of the Tornadoes; How much news coverage do you see? Zero. How much coverage of the Royal Wedding do you see?………
Sure it sucks, but that woman should suck it up and deal with it it.
A large number of new builds that will receive their sod this summer will suffer the consequences next year when they have to pay thousands to replace their lawn, I understand and approve the justification for the water ban but it does pose a substantial inconvenience to young families in new homes.