THREE RIVERS, P.E.I. – Councillors plan to put some extra pressure on the provincial government to fix what they described as “ridiculous” and “dangerous” water issues in Georgetown.

Council heard during Monday’s meeting at Kings Playhouse that issues with the Georgetown water system have left some customers without water for hours to days following power interruptions, including a flickering of lights.

The concern was raised in a letter to council from Maroon Pig owners Richard and Stacy Toms, noting the loss of water is much more than an inconvenience for their food-based business.

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