While waiting for the electrical inspection on Wed. we made a frame for our sign and around the map. Pictures from various camps and events over the past two years were used, so you might see yourself! In the end, the final inspection for Pueblo House was not a success. Apparently every plug needs to be “tamper proof” and many more GFI’s are needed and there’s the breakers which need something because the smoke detector is on that circuit, and then there’s this and that and something over here and something over there. OMG….how did we, as kids, survive in the day I wonder? Looks like it’s going to take another $300 in order to get signed off on another inspection. The good news that Ken is coming back out, so we get to have another visit. In the meantime Joe is going to switch out and replace the plugs.
On Monday the League of Women Voters luncheon had guest speaker, Detention Chief Darlene Alcala, who discussed what jail personnel are doing about inmates who have mental health and substance abuse issues. It was quite educational. If at all possible we’d like to work with the juveniles where we can for community service and mentoring. We’re hoping the music and art house (which we’re working on next) will keep kids busy. (more…)