GreyDove

Charleston, WV

#1 Aug 4, 2010
I hear they are raising the water and sewer bills here in SA. My grandson works for the water dept and told me they have alot of people working there that make over 40,000. a year. And the supervisors make over 65,000. a year and get to drive a city truck to and from work all year yet dont have to go out on after hour calls. No wonder they need more money. Im moving.
SweetnSassy

Charleston, WV

#2 Aug 6, 2010
I use to work in the office there for 6 years. Money was ok, just had a problem with a man who worked there and his wife worked in the office with us. He was always hitting on me and would even call my house at times until I told him I was going to tell my husband if he didnt stop. He told me he made over 60,000 a year. Seems alot to me for what he does.
GlennR

Charleston, WV

#3 Aug 8, 2010
I see that St.Albans hasnt found a mayor with a backbone yet. I use to live there about 14 years ago and the SA MUC was a big mess then. Would have thought the town would have wised up and elected a mayor who would have enough backbone to get rid of whoever is running that place and everyone working in it and start from scratch,or better yet, sell it all together.
jvs

Princeton, WV

#4 Feb 2, 2013
I use to work there wonderful staff

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