Are We Ready For Winter Yet

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Tony
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Re: Are We Ready For Winter Yet

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From what I've seen so far, AIM has done a decent job. According to the article, they have the iron coming in to deal with snow. When they got the contract, they were well aware of the new standards the Government set according to roads, rating from A to F. Seems all good to me.

Hopefully the employees don't decide to try to sink management and screw up. That's the only weak link I am hearing in this thread.
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Anonymous123
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Re: Are We Ready For Winter Yet

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soupy wrote:removed

Hmm, sounds like the only problem this contractor has at the moment is with staff ...
I have no reason to have anything but confidence in the current contractor, they have done nothing to prove otherwise yet. Since they took over I've had no problem travelling the local highways.
If that changes, I'll let you know.
I also had no problems with the level of service Argo did as well. I am Canadian, and have been driving in Canadian winters for very long time.
If one does not feel safe driving due to road conditions, I'd suggest they stay home.


It has changed, for the residents of Tulameen.

https://www.castanet.net/news/Penticton ... ain-buried
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Justa Krittic
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Re: Are We Ready For Winter Yet

Post by Justa Krittic »

Anonymous123 wrote:
soupy wrote:removed

Hmm, sounds like the only problem this contractor has at the moment is with staff ...
I have no reason to have anything but confidence in the current contractor, they have done nothing to prove otherwise yet. Since they took over I've had no problem travelling the local highways.
If that changes, I'll let you know.
I also had no problems with the level of service Argo did as well. I am Canadian, and have been driving in Canadian winters for very long time.
If one does not feel safe driving due to road conditions, I'd suggest they stay home.


It has changed, for the residents of Tulameen.

https://www.castanet.net/news/Penticton ... ain-buried

Anger also grows with employees as the equipment is sub-standard

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