A decades-old water treatment process emanating from property outside Seabrook's borders may finally come to an end, saving the town a reported $25,000 a year.
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#21 Dec 5, 2012
Correct me if I'm wrong please but if you are a full timer that means you already have a "full time job" so what is your problem? Others need jobs too. These jobs don't come up for your convenience simply so someone who is disgruntled in one dept. and can't get along with co-workers can just jump to another dept. and then start griping about that too a short time down the road. You long time town workers are disconnected with the reality of the real employment world and should be grateful to have a full time town job. Watch out before you end up stocking shelves at Walmart for piss money! By the way, which relative got you where you are today?
#22 Jan 2, 2013
maybe as useless as the water that runs in the 50 plus yrs. Of built up sludge.. a person shouldn't have to pay this amount of $$$$ just to get burnt from the water when it touches the skin. Maybe its too much chlorinated bleach......but time will tell....because it is and will be investigated to the end....along with ALL employees
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