SALTILLO, Miss. (WTVA) - Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley has scheduled a public hearing to be held in Saltillo next month regarding dirty drinking water.
On Friday, June 29, Presley sent a letter to the city's mayor and aldermen.
"As I clearly relayed to all of you in our meeting in May regarding complaints of dirty water by your customers, I would take further action if appropriate steps were not taken and this issue was not resolved," Presley stated.
As of now, many people in the city continue to see dirty water. WTVA's Xavier Harris spoke with a resident in this report.
"The issue of dirty water is obviously not resolved," Presley stated.
He says he is setting up a public hearing for Thursday, July 5 at 6 p.m. at Saltillo City Hall.
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