The first rainstorm of the year is forecasted to arrive tonight. 100% probability …
To prepare for the rain, we moved all of the wood inside the house, including the insulation from the deconstruction, and then we covered the soil in front of the house with the scrap wood from the old roof. Also, Al and Bryan ensured the roof drains were clear and Al put some temporary downspouts in place from the Upper Flat roof to the Mid Level and Lower Level flat roofs.
We’re ready for some rain.
Thanking the City of Monte Sereno
With only 3,400 men, women and children living in Monte Sereno, it is a small community. It is nice to be able to attend a City Council meeting and be able to speak for 3 minutes on any topic you wich.
Bryan attended the City Council meeting tonight and spoke for three minutes. First, he showed two graphs, which he obtained from Acterra, regarding the extremely high consumption of electricity in the City of Monte Sereno. Then, Bryan thanked three employees of the City of Monte Sereno.
Given the extra work that was done for us to meet all the requirements for our solar photovoltaic system, we wanted to thank the people involved. Bryan, standing in front of City Council, thanked the Building Official, Howard Bell, the City Attorney, Kirsten Powell, and the City Manager, Brian Loventhal for working together to find a solution so we could have our solar permit signed off and our permanent meter released.
It was nice to be able to say, ‘thank you’.