“It stinks, it smells like sulfur,” said Stephanie McFarland, Grimes resident.McFarland says this has been an issue for her family for about a week.”We’ve been using bottled water, “McFarland said. Bottled water she, her husband and their dog are only drinking. She and other Grimes residents have aired their issues online.” Anybody that has drinking water problems we’d offer to come to their house and test the water and their tap,” said Jake Anderson, Grimes City Administrator. Anderson says they have to know about a problem in order to address it, telling KCCI in the last two weeks, no one has called the city with that type of complaint.McFarland admits she did not reach out to the city. Anderson says any drinking water problems for Grimes residents in the coming weeks should be flushed. He says the lime softening plant and the new plant should be online soon.”The issue will resolve in the next couple of weeks,” Anderson said.

“It stinks, it smells like sulfur,” said Stephanie McFarland, Grimes resident.

McFarland says this has been an issue for her family for about a week.

“We’ve been using bottled water, “McFarland said.

Bottled water she, her husband and their dog are only drinking.

She and other Grimes residents have aired their issues online.

“Anybody that has drinking water problems we’d offer to come to their house and test the water and their tap,” said Jake Anderson, Grimes City Administrator.

Anderson says they have to know about a problem in order to address it, telling KCCI in the last two weeks, no one has called the city with that type of complaint.

McFarland admits she did not reach out to the city.

Anderson says any drinking water problems for Grimes residents in the coming weeks should be flushed.

He says the lime softening plant and the new plant should be online soon.

“The issue will resolve in the next couple of weeks,” Anderson said.

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