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Fredonia water citations being addressed

July 7, 2013

It has been approximately seven months since Fredonia’s week-long boil water advisory as a result of problems in the water filtration plant, and things seem to be going smoothly when it comes to......

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Jul-08-13 7:56 PM

Why don't they have a mechanic at the plant also?

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Jul-08-13 8:05 AM

One more thing, has the village considered staggering the staffing so that instead of the facility being unmanned for 8 hours straight it's only unmanned 4 hours in a row leaving a smaller window for any problem to go unnoticed.

As for the lack of an alarms for system failures at the water plant that's just insane and unless Mr. Lancaster asked for these, and was refused than this is his fault as well.

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Jul-08-13 8:01 AM


Care to explain how the eliminating a worker resulted in the lack of finished water storage and/or the lack of an SOP to deal with problems?

Now I don't Blame the supervisor for the lack of the storage tank, unless he failed to inform the village they needed more storage but he should be blamed for the lack of such a basic SOP.

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Jul-08-13 7:55 AM


Wow, talking about a trolling douche.

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Jul-07-13 4:47 PM

Actually, it was a decision to save money by eliminating one employee that led to each and every issue listed in this article. Ask the Village leadership how much money they "saved". Some public employees actually earn their pay.

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Jul-07-13 12:26 PM

Just waiting to see how long it takes for some troll douche bag to comes on here and site this as a good reason to privatize everything and eliminate all government.- To me it looks like the Dumbkirk Observer a place full of **** !

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Jul-07-13 9:12 AM

Looks like Mr. Lancaster was not doing a good job. He should have been on top of these problems. For the length of time he was in charge of the plant he certainly didn't do any maintenance work. When Pagano was Mayor he continually said there were water problems. I think the best thing that happened is Lancaster is no longer there. He should have been fired not allowed to retire!!!!

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