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City police dispatch room soaked

Roof under repair leaks during Sat. downpour

July 22, 2013

The Marietta Police Department’s communications center had to be relocated after the dispatch office was flooded during a downpour Saturday afternoo....

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NasCarNut

Jul-22-13 9:28 PM

I guess it was like a waterfall in city hall today at noon...I'd say it wasn't dried in, oops...makes you wonder if local workers would have cared more since they live here...

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BeRight

Jul-22-13 2:24 PM

If the contract calls for daily “dry” ins than I think it would be covered. I hope it was dried in around noon today!! LOL

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BeRight

Jul-22-13 2:12 PM

If the contract calls for daily ins than I think it would be covered.

I hope it was dried in around noon today!! LOL

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FIVEIRON

Jul-22-13 8:49 AM

What??? No local roofing contractors?

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JoshBrown

Jul-22-13 8:22 AM

You pay for what you get !

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clickhere

Jul-22-13 7:00 AM

Let's just hope Buxton's liability insurance covers incompetence. Wow, interior structural damage, labor cost.... plus equipment replacement. Hmmm cha Ching! They should be fired.

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Alwayssomething

Jul-22-13 6:57 AM

Is it safe to assume the contractor will be billed for the damage (at least to property not slated to be replaced and facilities not scheduled for remodeling) AND the city employees' overtime?

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