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This article quotes “The standard number city staff expected to have for replacements was 25 to 30. Coming up with more was a surprise, Pinter said.” You have GOT to be kidding me??!!How does public works run “their business”? You buy X amount of lights.. You install Y amount of lights. That’s leaves you Z amount of lights. What sort of accounting, project management and inventory exists here? And now we wonder why our water bills are so high? I have got to wonder… has anyone checked the math on the geniuses who decided to buy the water plant, install the water and sewer lines, and bury the electrical lines on this island and then told us what we must pay? Because I have to tell you, I am getting the feeling someone down there in public works, doesn’t know how to do their job, or at least has a problem with basic math… buy 2 lights install 1 light you have one light left…
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