Posted 14 days ago
“The quicker we could get it fixed, the quicker we could dry off and warm up,” said maintenance operator James Johnson.
Many of the crew members worked 24-hour shifts to get things back up and running properly.
“City crews continue to work. Folks, these guys are heroes. They’ve been wet, cold, tired, and hungry all week long, but just keep on trucking,” Mayor Trey Wilkerson commented.
“Some of them have been without power or water at their own homes, but they keep showing up for us. We can’t ever fully repay them, but once things settle down we, as a community, are going to do everything we can to show our appreciation,” he stated.
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