Don’t do this at home.
That applies to your home water valve – which as it turns out is property of the city of Purcell and not you, the home owner.
That’s the word from Purcell Water Department Superintendent Michael Minor.
“We’ve had a growing number of incidents where people are shutting off their water and breaking the valves,” Minor told me this week.
“Since the valves are property of the city if they are broken we are forced to bill the customer for the damage which includes parts and labor,” he said.
So leave those water cutoff keys in the garage and call the city if you need your water turned off.
Are you ready for two full weeks of Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift leading up to the January 11 Super Bowl?
Some folks are ready and others are not looking forward to the continued Swift-Kelcegate being beamed right into their living rooms.
Buckle up football fans there’s more Swift to come even though she’s going to be doing shows in Japan through February 10.
Three McClain County municipalities are getting grants from the county to upgrade water and sewer infrastructure.
County commissioners granted Washington $300,000, Goldsby $500,000 and Wayne $350,000 from funds from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
Commissioner Wilson Lyles stated McClain County received $7.8 million of the billions granted across the country.
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