Wednesday, June 27, 2012
THE GUARDIAN previously reported cracking in the basement area and water seeping in was a threat to the integrity of evidence stored in this part of the building. The local paper ran a story on this today along with assurances the cracks are not a problem and will be repaired under warranty from the builder.
The real question is why are there all these cracks in a new building in the first place. One Guardian reader has made the observation regarding very old buildings in Nampa that are crack free after many decades of use. This is a good question and anyone with a good answer is welcome to give us the info regarding this failure in a brand new building.
Posted by Paul Alldredge at 9:10 AM