" And Frank replied in the affirmative, "0 additional charge." Felix said, "If we had a system that we could automatically fill …
then we might (not run into) emergencies." "We have keep fill status," explained Frank.
will help us maintain these levels and make sure no one runs out." Big Coulee District Councilman Alvah Quinn Sr.
And there are no resources." Chairman Flute addressed the issue of high employee turnover rates at the casinos.
Oyate may know Frank, a fellow Tribal member, from his landscaping business – having worked on several District projects in past years and, most recently, for landscaping grounds at Dakota Crossing. has been getting "a lot of calls for people running out of propane." He said the drivers are working overtime.
And he talked about the recent addition of another truck, saying how helpful it is especially with longer hauls.
In other matters, he reported that the HVAC technicians are learning how not only to repair HVAC, but other home appliances as well.
This could help with other household needs while on a HVAC service call.
Also, he said that office staff workers are taking customer service training.