Employees to Begin Living at Workplaces to Keep Water, Electric Operations Running for Riverside-Imperial Counties

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Not good.

I’m right next door in San Bernadino county.

Wonder how much longer we have water and electricity.

Nearly three dozen Imperial Irrigation District employees will live at their workplaces in Riverside and Imperial counties beginning Saturday in an attempt to keep the district’s water and electrical operations up and running amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The program is aimed at keeping employees safe from COVID-19, and to insure the utility’s services remain operational during the pandemic, officials announced on Wednesday.

Thirty-two employees have volunteered to work 12-hour shifts every day for 21 days, Robert Schettler, the district’s public information officer, told City News Service.



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