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Mr. Breeze - Kudos to you for taking a strong stand filled with pride and principles. I have no doubt there are many good contractors in the business like you and only wish that I was lucky enough to get one. When we had problems with two different contractors I went to the city and pulled all the paperwork. I thought I would look to the inspectors to find why certain things occurred or did not occur. Rather than getting help from the city I was ignored when it came to light that the work these contractors did had not been inspected. The first contractor could not dispute my proof because they were given a choice to either fix the problem they created or go in front of the licensing board to be disciplined. They chose to rectify the situation. The city, however, continues to ignore the fact that they are liable too as they didn’t inspect the job and even stood by their so called inspection until the yard was dug up and they were proved wrong.The second contractor is playing the denial game which has forced me to obtain legal assistance. The city, knowing they have the proof, decided to ignore & deny rather than accept liability. Their only interest is to protect the employee. While working with other contractors to fix things I discovered the city plumbing inspector used to work for the contractor that I have the problem with. HmmmmMy husband who is in the trades (out of state) says it’s not normal for a contractor to like the inspectors, it’s just a fact. So when Riviere said he was bothered by the fact that everyone was so buddy, buddy he knew exactly what he was saying.
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