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Conversation with Mary Norwoord's Supervisor, Luigi Asuncion. She had written his name on her business card for me on August 3, as she thought I should talk with him about the problems occurring with the combination of the old cables, the 2 pair buried drop, and the DAML. I tried phoning him, but he never returned my calls.
took place rather by accident. I had called 611 with business phone troubles
again. The 611 operator checked my phone line and said there was "a
swinging trouble...short in the ground." I explained it was the fourth
time in seven months I had problems with the lines connected to the DAML,
and asked to speak to a supervisor. The supervisor (Tami, #472) said
she would contact the field supervisor, who turned out to be Mr. Asuncion.
was adamant that it was a cable problem, and the cable probably
should be replaced. But he said he had already talked to his boss who
had told him "no, we don't dig up cables. We don't dig up
and place stretches for people." (See panel 4,
fourth paragraph. To whom is Luigi referring as his "boss"
is it Resnick?)
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