Actually, they are working hard to clean up a huge spill and hauling contaminated soil out. Our water table is very low out there and they are tring to make it safe for us to consume. Thanks to all the workers I see everyday.
Can you prove that?
i live there ...
Frank, can you disprove it?
hazmat works Insurance pays..simple scam
PS..Gasoline evaporates very swiftly
My question was directed towards "JRC." Sorry for not properly addressing him. Bowgirl, yes they are working hard and any type of hazmat cleanup takes a lot of time and diligence.
hugh961 , 1000+ gals doesn't evaporate on snow and ice... let alone driving over, around it anytime soon after that much gas is pooled everywhere. We were warned of a possible explosion many hrs later. Glad they are doing the clean up correctly..
Sure FRANK, have you ever known Caltrans to do a job quickly and under budget? A classic example of this is the bridge repair on Phoenix Lake Rd. CT had a problem and wanted an extension that was both outrageous in time and money.
This cleanup project has continued for two additional days with no end in sight now. Its all about Overtime and if you don't believe it, ask any CT worker. That spill is now all about bucks for CT and the HazMat crews. Prove me wrong.
JRC Phoenix lake rd is a county rd. Cal trans has nothing to do with it. They only are responsible for state highways Phoenix Lake Road bridge replacement was a county project. Once again Everyone County road County Problem State Rd., State problem
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