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Old Posted Oct 8, 2008, 5:21 AM
kenratboy kenratboy is offline
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Or will they start to work on some other stuff in the mean time?

Maybe there are so many idle construction jobs and equipment, they are getting awesome deals on labor and equipment, and will work on some other stuff while things are sorted out?

If you needed a Scoopy Scoop for 1000 hours, it is normally $1,000/hr. and you got it for $600/hr., you just saved $400,000. And maybe instead of $60/hr. for a Scoopy Scoop operator, you can find someone who will drive in from Milwaukee for $45/hr., saving you another $15,000.
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