It's the Small Things
And small things turn into big things when regularly ignored:
- I know this is nothing too earth shattering, but I find it so hypocritical for a city that insists (and rightfully so) that is is constantly broke and in need of money/revenue. Even more ridiculous from a city that is so "liberal" and "progressive" "green" etc. There is a shower in the men's locker room of the 001st district that has been leaking for well over 2 years. Again, I know it is nothing too crazy, but thousands upon thousands of gallons have been wasted in the last two years or potentially more (only noticed it 2 years ago). As a good officer, I tried to report, make a city service request....alas only was met with blank stares and "union thugs" on this number we are supposed to call who said "we'll look into it" down at city hall (5 months ago).
The water's been running so long, the mold is starting to climb up the tiles. Is it a big deal? Not unless you add up the cumulative waste and city employees not doing a simple replacement.