Tuesday, May 8, 2012

"I think we’re pretty much staying on top of everything"

“What I was looking for, personally, was to find out how many work orders come across Facilities’ desk in the course of a day, or a week, or a month, or a year, because I really don’t have any idea,” Councilor Thomas Mercer said. “I’d like to know, and I’d like to know how long it takes for each of those to get dealt with.” 
The topic came up at last week’s Town Council meeting, when councilors took some time grilling Facilities Department Director Michael D’Angelo, and Facilities Manager Richard Gaskin about various problems — mostly roof leaks — in town buildings. 
The discussion touched on leaky roofs and damaged ceiling tiles in the Remington-Jefferson school building and the Senior Center. Some residents have complained that the existing high school is in poor condition due to insufficient maintenance.

Read more: http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/x1456178378/Franklin-Town-Council-wants-repair-reports#ixzz1uGonl8Xu

This topic was a frequent one during the recent high school building project vote. The issue can be addressed very simply with a regular report on tickets open by category with some status on aging. It can be posted to the website and available for everyone to read.

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