For the past few weeks I’ve had the ‘pleasure’ of having my local water quality inspector come on-site looking for violations. Of course, they’ve found a few minor ones which I’ve had corrected.
The inspector has now requested that she be allowed to interview my plumber and be shown what repairs he made. I’m fine with the inspector being on-site and inspecting, but my views are that it is completely inappropriate for the government to want to speak to my contractors. I feel it is more appropriate for me to handle all government communications, rather than to allow the inspector to go around me and communicate directly with my repair crews.
But, perhaps I’m paranoid and approvals would be sped-up if I opened these lines of communication…