ATLANTA (CBS46) -- If you have a water leak, the first thing you need to determine is who is responsible. Is the leak on your property (in which case you would need a plumber) or is it on city/county property?

Tracie Williams contacted Atlanta Watershed in November after a geyser started shooting out of a water meter at the end of her driveway. A couple of weeks later, a Watershed crew came out and confirmed the leak was on the city side of the meter.

But the water kept gushing out as the new year began, and Williams received a bill from Watershed for $10,000. Williams’s mother said she’d Better Call Harry. Harry got involved and Williams received two resolutions. A crew came out to repair the leak, and Watershed said Williams would not be responsible for the $10,000 bill.

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