This notice made me go “I KNEW IT!” When I received the email from the city and read the heading of the notice I dropped everything and went looking for my older pictures that I never downloaded to my computer and found them.
THEN I read the notice and read that they are claiming the violation was that they failed to take the required NUMBER of tests-that the bacteriological test count violation had nothing to do with the quality of the water BUT I BEG TO DIFFER!
What I recall was that the tupperware container that I threw my dirty utensils in awaiting to be washed would get slimy and a black mold would form on the edges and there was a moldy smell so I had to make sure not to keep any water covering them, and that lasted for weeks.
Finally I documented on September the first, 2015 that when I wash my dishes by hands (and I did not change soaps and I always use my dishwasher rack to drain my utensils), that they would NOT come clean and I had to rewash them and I remember having to even wash them a second time too. When I was drying them I had to RUB HARD to get the residue off.
Now when I was looking for these pictures of my utensils, I saw that prior to that, I had to take my bird to the vet. They checked her kidneys and found nothing that would explain the unusual droppings…. I believe I should be reimbursed for the vet bill…what do YOU think?
Here are the time stamps…