This month’s update comes straight from the man heading the projects for our parks, GDS’s Chris Castro. (“Spelled like the dictator,” Chris pointed out.) He sounded upbeat when we talked to him earlier this week. Overall, Chris says that year-round residents can expect to see more of the same. “You’ll see us out working – same old, same old.”
Here’s his summary of specific progress for each park:
“Yes, we took a hit at Silveridge, but it’s nothing we can’t overcome and stick to our schedule.”
“Within two weeks we will have a major upgrade to the head-in, which is the first major step toward system stability.”
He also asked that we include his clarification on one issue with the techs working at the parks: “We’ve had residents ask the workers if they can do projects inside their homes. But the people you see working are specially trained to do the work that runs along the streets; they are not the techs who do work inside homes.”
So, if you have problems with your internet or cable TV, or you want to schedule a new set-up appointment, what do you do? Here’s the new procedure:
When needing new installs, or having trouble with cable or internet, please go to the Business Office and fill out GDS work request form. Rhonda enters your work request info into the GDS link and they will call for appointments. The GDS phone number is no longer available and Rhonda has changed the procedure and will be personally handling each request.