Its been seven days without water for hundreds of homeowners in a Ohio county town. Monday city officials in Centertown worked to fix the problem temporarily. But there are still homes without water for yet another day. City Commissioner Barney Maddox blames the lack of city money and a 40 year old water system. But residents like Darren Scoggins say something needs to be done. He says this isnt the first time. Residents according to Scoggins have gone without water for a week at a time, multiple times. City Commissioner Maddox says it will take more than 3 million dollars from the government to completely fix the system. But if and when that will happen is uncertain. Homes that do have water again are under a boil advisory until further notice.