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Some Lodi Unified School District students without air conditioning

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  • Betty Dean posted at 2:04 pm on Thu, Aug 4, 2011.

    Betty Dean Posts: 144

    It was Probably a Teacher who's room temprature was not precise! I am glad tha Hand and Slater and washer were available to talk because the HVAC guys most certainly are NOT.
    this is why they should have made the cuts at the TOP...

  • Julie Edsell posted at 10:45 am on Thu, Aug 4, 2011.

    Julie Edsell Posts: 36

    Let me just start by saying that my husband is one of the 3 HVAC techs for the entire district and this is a huge put down on those guys who are out there working their tails off trying to keep up. My husband has been with LUSD for 24 years and there were always calls at the beginning of school whether the AC ran all the time or not, just that now they are shorthanded. Fortunately it is not nearly as hot as it was supposed to be. There is no way that they can check all the units over the summer, people need to be in the classrooms to know whether they are working. If it was another district employee that pursued having this article written then I am appauld as they more than anyone should know about being shorthanded. They will get to everyone and they just need to be patient.

  • Betty Dean posted at 10:14 am on Thu, Aug 4, 2011.

    Betty Dean Posts: 144

    This is what happens when they shut all these big units down all summer long, Never used to have these problem when they used to leave them on year round.
    These units are not built for on and off... They are massive and need to be on at all times. Here again LUSD trying to reinvent the wheel, They are NOW paying more in Overtime then the bill to keep them running would have cost... Get a brain People who run LUSD start thinking. ( they wont)



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