APPENDIX A. - Continued
of the dam, the security hinges were changed, and spillway access ladder
guards were installed. A closed circuit T.V. monitor and a new window were
installed in the visitor center for security observation of tourists, and
the VCR controls have been changed. The streets were swept and about 30
hours were spent in plowing snow in Dutch John. The rebuilt airport water
pomp was reinstalled. Housing maintenance began at 125 Second Ave.,
continues at 109 Third Ave., and was completed at 103 Fourth Ave.
All PM work was completed. The Bridget Valley Electric contractor placed new
poles so that the 69 KV transmission line can be relocated to allow
placement of the concrete curtain for the dam modification. Pontenelle
personnel supported the relocation by assisting with the transfer of station
service to Utah Power and Light and by operating the standby generator as
required, met with regional land use people for two days and did some
preliminary work for the moving of some cattle guards, trimmed the trees
that were growing into the telephone lines, and installed fluorescent lights
in the basement of one residence. The powerplant machine shop was
straightened up, an inventory of tools was taken, and replacement tools and
stock were requisitioned. The Bureau contractor has been hauling in more
rock for the riprap.
There were no vehicle accidents nor lost time accidents during the month of
March. This field division has driven 103,059 miles since the last vehicle
accident on January 15, 1987 and has worked 35,603 man hours since the last
lost time accident. A General Safety Meeting was held on March 10, 1988
which included a presentation by Officer Sig Bru of the Utah Highway Patrol.
A VHS video tape produced by Volkswagen America and provided by the regional
office on the topic of drinking and driving has been made available for home
viewing. It is directed toward young drivers and those who have viewed it
say that it is a good presentation which is well worth watching. Flaming
Gorge and Fontenelle are now completely free of all PCB's with the removal
of the grounding transformers and surge capacitors.
GLEN CANYON FIELD DIVISION
Duane Berrier attended a one day meeting at the E&R Center in Denver,
Colorado to try for a wrap up of the Westinghouse generator uprate contract
for the Glen Canyon units.
Amah Jou attended a one week training class on specification writing, and
Ron Johnson attended a two day Harris control user meeting held in Port
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