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Albuquerque Looks to Axe Elevator Inspection Program

By Elevator World | September 15, 2021

Tim Keller, mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico, sent legislation to the City Council that would axe the city’s US$167,000 elevator maintenance program, Albuquerque Journal reports. A city planning department spokesman observes that Albuquerque is the only city in New Mexico that has such a program, which involves sending a city employee to commercial buildings to check elevators’…

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School Awaits Inspection Approval to Use New Elevators

By Elevator World | September 13, 2021

While students and teachers at Mountain View High School (MVHS) in Mountain View, California, have new, two-story building additions, they are dealing with some frustration: the buildings’ elevators have yet to be usable, three weeks into the new school year, Oracle reports. Mike Mathiesen, associate superintendent of the school’s Business Services, said installation of the elevators was…

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Provincetown Inclined Elevator Inspection Continues

Provincetown Inclined Elevator Inspection Continues

By Elevator World | July 19, 2021

The newly constructed inclined elevator at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum in Provincetown, Massachusetts, is still going through inspections after being declared fully functional in April, the Cape Cod Times reports. “We’ve learned elevator controllers and elevator safety is quite rigorous,” said K. David Weidner, executive director of the monument and museum. “’Safety first,’ is our…

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