Water worries are plaguing a Maple Heights neighborhood. People told News 5 Monday a fire hydrant has been leaking into the street for a month and it's become a very messy problem.
"For a city that's had some money issues, this has been a month of running water," Cathy LaManna said.
LaManna told News 5 they have made countless calls to the city, surrounding water departments, even the mayor of Maple Heights and the water is still flowing.
"If they wait much longer, it's gonna be an ice skating rink," Jerry Morris told News 5.
After following up with every office, News 5's Tara Molina heard back from Cleveland Public Water. A spokesman said they'd be out to fix the leak Tuesday.