An Ontario town is still waffling over whether a man who died suddenly, leaving the bathroom faucet running, should get a break on his water bill. Allister MacPherson died at his home in Port Colborne. The water remained flowing for three weeks before his body was discovered by family members. Now his family is asking the town to forgive the $600 bill. But town council is still mulling it over after its services director said policy is policy and the bill needs to be paid.