Open Letter to the Mammoth Council: Complaints lodged against Mammoth Public Works Director

Dear Editor:

This letter was sent to the Mammoth Town Council and was dated March 9, 2013.

I, Joe Casillas, was verbally abused by David Garcia, Mammoth Public Works Director.

My water had turned rusty in color and I had particles in it, and I couldn’t get Mammoth Water to answer the phone. I called Joe Brewer and he came to my house. I gave Joe as ample of water and he took it to Town Hall. Joe brought David Garcia back to my house and I showed David the sample.

David said, “There is no way that sample came from your tap water.” He was accusing me of making a false claim against the Town of Mammoth and salting the sample. He, then, drew a sample and said “Oh. There is something in the water.”

Joe suggested that the town purge the fire hydrant since it is so close to my house. David called employees to open the fire hydrant and rust did come out, but it cleared up quickly. Everyone left and the water got rusty, again. Again, David tells me that I didn’t get the sample from my house

Finally, his employees checked the water meter and it was full of built up particles. They changed the meter and my problem was solved. David then said “We fixed your problem.”

His employees fixed the problem, not David. He did not even know what to do. Al he did was continuously call me a liar.

This man should be removed from office. Let this serve as my formal complaint against David Garcia.

/s/ Joe Casillas

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