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February 26th, 2007
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Planning Commission Meeting
I just attended my first Otsego City Planning Commission Meeting as a commissioner. We approved the layout of a new Catholic church. Apparently the old church is for sale. The claim is that it would make a great community theater.

I am really hoping a mad scientist moves to town. Then I would get to review the plans for his laboratory. Where is Agatha Heterodyne when you need her?

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Date:February 27th, 2007 01:47 pm (UTC)

No dH2O in the PRB

If you ever do, please ensure that when The Lowest Bidder contractor says that he can install a building-wide house system for making & recirculating distilled water, THAT HE ACTUALLY CAN DO IT!!!!!

My new job is in a brand-new building, but my boss had to spend $$$Thousands out of his start-up funding for a Milli-Q Gradient unit (18 MegaOhm) and a Millipore Elix (15 MOhm) and resevoir tank in place of the much-promised house distilled system that probably never will be.

I speculated that we were the contractor's learning experience so that now he can try to do high-rise hotel hot water supplies, which work on the same principle of a constantly-circulating loop of freshly-treated water that the individual taps draw from at need.
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Date:March 1st, 2007 12:58 am (UTC)

Re: No dH2O in the PRB

18 meg water? Why that's pure enough to restore virginity. I am duly impressed!
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Date:March 1st, 2007 03:48 am (UTC)

Re: No dH2O in the PRB

And it could be yours, too, for the measley price of $8,517.14, through Fisher Scientific.

Their discount for OSU takes it down to $6,975.71, which is probably about what my boss paid for it last year.

This does not count the several hundred dollars every 180 days for a new set of filters, cartridges and other consumables.

This is only for the Milli-Q Gradient final unit that polishes the water to the 18 MegaOhms/cm. I haven't priced out the set of Elix etc. upstream of the Gradient.
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