“A lot of people don’t know where to get one. It’s just a matter of getting the word out,” Ms. Shaw said.
“The speed is a real problem for us. We would like a little more time to figure out just what PUC oversight would mean and how to make this bill work for PWSA ratepayers in the best way possible,” said Aly Shaw, an organizer with the Our Water Campaign, a coalition including Pittsburgh United, the Sierra Club and the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network. It advocates for publicly controlled water.
A woman who helped organize efforts to improve the water system in Flint, Michigan hopes to help Pittsburghers.