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Posted: Friday, April 5, 2013 10:00 pm | Updated: 12:48 pm, Thu Apr 17, 2014.

Whitefish Middle School’s two heating system boilers will be replaced after malfunctioning for at least eight years.

“One caught on fire the first year it went online,” Maintenance Director Ron Thompson. 

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          1 comment:

          • Thinker posted at 12:22 pm on Sat, Apr 6, 2013.

            Thinker Posts: 167

            If the boilers malfunctioned from the beginning, was it not a warranty problem? Or did they perform exactly the way they would when they were intentionally installed the way a bunch of misguided 'pound foolish' bureaucrats insisted? Why did the maintenance people wait so long to notify of an expensive, serious problem?

            I hope Vemco had the sense to keep records on this issue, and that they disclaimed responsibility for doing what was obviously the wrong thing to do. Had it been my company, I would have refused a contract that intentionally screwed up the project, to protect my professional reputation and avoid damage to the taxpayers.

            This is as dumb as Obama signing executive orders on energy policy that defy the laws of physics on the assumption he is omniscient..

            Find these stupid, arrogant bureacrats and make them pay for the damage to the taxpayers. It's clawback time.

            Do it once, do it right, do it now, or don't do it at all.

             

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