Interesting.........very interesting. Sounds like they are more interested
in busting cookies for new ham towers than they are in inspecting local
amusement rides/slides where people could get hurt??
Saw the news footage, but didn't put 2 and 2 together.....Food for thought.
Guess somebody's pickle is in hot water now huh?
Don't anybody move yet, there might be a new building inspector coming to town.
At 03:56 PM 6/3/97 -0700, wa2moe wrote:
>CONCORD, Calif. (AP) -- (extracted)
> > The 3-story-tall water slide collapsed...
>> Concord city officials began an in-depth investigation today.
>> They said they had never had safety problems at Waterworld,
>> which was closed indefinitely after the accident...
>> The water slide is subject to local, not state, safety inspections,
>> according to Mark Carleson, deputy chief of the state's
>> Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It was not
>> known when the ride was last inspected. ..>
>but they don't like amateur radio towers in Concord
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