By From page A5 | April 01, 2013


So once again EID has another major problem. It seems six of the water storage tanks are failing due to an improper position of a pipe, painting flaws, i.e. inadequate surface preparation, improper paint application, inadequate dehumidification, and inadequate inspection. And these add up to $1.85 million in capital expense. Now whose fault is that? EID engineer Bob Rice says, “Inspection is the most important part of the process.” Who is going to pay for all this? Are they going to once again expect the customers to shovel out more money we don’t have?

We pay EID not only for water consumption but trusting they also use part of this money to properly maintain the equipmet. Hate to inform you guys, but I’m not getting yearly cost of living raises. I suggest you properly do your jobs or maybe the cost should be subtracted from your salary and not ours.


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