Fraser Health ruins reader’s enjoyment of water

I believe the only thing next to do is buy clean bottled water.

We don’t live anywhere near Greendale and our water was chlorinated. I would like to know why.

I am horrified by it and am not pleased, anything I drink with water or ice cube tastes like it’s been chlorinated. It takes the enjoyment out of a glass of cold water.

I can’t help but wonder how this will affect our health. I feel the people of Chilliwack have lost the battle, once Fraser Health chlorinated the water that’s their way of saying we won and will not stop now.

Fraser Health is employed by the government and you can’t fight them, they have the upper hand. I believe the only thing next to do is buy clean  bottled water. We taxpayers will feel the effect, we pay for our water and if people go to bottled water the city will need to raise our taxes. So thanks Fraser Health once again for affecting my enjoyment of clean Chilliwack water.

Kathy Esau

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