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Page 12 -The Michigan Daily- Friday, May 23, 1986
Telephone installation hassles West Quad
who switched the building's phone were on overtime, but refused to four buttons. and to get the person

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(Csntinued frsmPage) system in February, were known to comment on reports of blatant back you have to hang up the p
the phones were ripped out. have stolen items from desks. The misbehavior by the crews. and press some ore buttons."
Students in West Quad have also source said the crews came so often The new phones, for university em- "I don't use half the feat
complained about the workers, that, "We weren't sure if they were ployees and office buildings, come anyway because I don't need th
'calling them rude, incompetent, and workers or not. .. We discovered complete with call hold, call waiting, he added.
lazy. Rick Jones said they walked in many items missing once the work and access to a second outgoing line. Other complaints camef
at 8 a.m., without knocking, while he began." Each phone will have only one line, family housing residents onI
was still asleep. Heather Foote, an JAMES CULLUM, acrew leader in rather than the many lines of most Campus. They filed suit agains
LSA sophomore, said she found her West Quad, denied abnormal business phones. phone service, alleging that they,
room unlocked when she returned on behavior by workers, and added, "We OWEN JANSSON, Administrative deprived of a choice of phone
the day the workers ripped out her work as many extra hours as Manager for the Center for Human vices.
phone. possible ... It's a bad situation for Growth and Development, does not THE MICHIGAN Court of Cl
A professor at North Ingalls students, but we're working as fast as fine these features very efficient. He last Tuesday issued a restrainin
Building, who wished to have his possible." said, "I don't even use the hold button der temporarily preventing
name withheld, stated that workers Alan Levy agreed that the workers anymore because you have to press system's installation but thec
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Systems Development Coordinator
for Telecommunications Renee Frost
said residents were given a choice un-
til August on whether they wanted to
switch or not. In August, they would
have to switch, he said, with a charge
of $35 added to those who decide to
wait until August. "It's (resident's
complaints) really too bad, but the
phones are university owned," she
said.

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