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Old 07-21-2018, 09:39 AM   #1
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Has anyone had a problem with Intermountain Gas ? They just told me six weeks to get a service line (50') connected after the trench has been dug. That seems like a long time, it seems like a lack of personal. I don't see how they can shut a jobsite down for a month just to do a job that takes an hour.
Is there a public works commission to call and get some help ?

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Old 07-21-2018, 05:57 PM   #2
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Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Maybe, changes with your viewpoint...
Wrong answer, 6 weeks IS LONGER then 4 weeks, but yes....
Why didn't YOU CALL seven weeks early like a competent GC would have...
Yes, the State and Federal utility regulation boards......
Local, State, and federal office holders, and civil service lifers......

No, there isn't a national service that pulls people's heads out of their G.I tracts' exit points, Yet.

To make the USA greater, we need to elect Law erasers, not Lawmakers for a few decades. IMHO

Install LP gas and tell inter-mountain to $%^( Off?

Start up a NGas pipeline to a N.Gas field and distribution company today?
You should be able to have gas flowing in seven weeks a couple of miles....

Every time you said, "There ought to be a Law against THAT,"....One WAS passed, Now, Doing ANYTHING is breaking some Law, Somewhere....

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Old 09-15-2018, 07:41 AM   #3
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I find that Alka Seltzer and movement really helps when it's a bad case.
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