By Will Fritz
Staff Writer 

Woman says Rainbow Water failed to notify her and husband of meter work

Water district says it notifies all ratepayers of meter work and that it will reimburse couple if the caused any damage


Last updated 4/1/2021 at 1:48pm

Village News/Will Fritz photo

A sign posted at the intersection of Del Valle Drive and Highland Oaks Street, near the Zuckers' house, warns Rainbow Municipal Water District ratepayers of a "water service upgrade project" taking place from March through July.

A Fallbrook woman is upset about the way she says her family was treated when Rainbow Municipal Water District replaced their property's water meter.

Nancy Zucker said she and her husband were never notified that the water district would be replacing her meter, and that the district's actions resulted in her Morro Hills home being left without running water for days and forced the couple to call a plumber – though the water district maintains it has notified all ratepayers whose meters need replacement and that Zucker can file a claim to be reimbursed for the cost of the plumber if it is...

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