Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014 07:33
Published on Thursday, 25 July 2013 16:32
By Misty Volaski
Just when the fight for the Ojai Skate Park seemed finally, finally over, rumors of a potentially disastrous construction holdup surfaced. Late Thursday night, city officials were made aware that not all of the park's concrete withstood the contractually specified pressure tests of 4,000 pounds-per-square inch. Of the several core samples taken "last week or maybe the week before," said interim city manager John Baker, all met or exceeded the 4,000 PSI requirement — except one, which tested at 3,350 lbs. Core samples were taken
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