Regarding the Nov. 28 story, "Builders: OSHA hinders storm recovery":

Are you kidding? What a childish attitude.

Construction company owners, a mayor who is also a real estate agent, and a retired pro football player who is now a congressman think Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspections should be suspended because the construction work is part of the Sandy recovery effort?

Endangering your workers is never OK. Repairing storm damage is no excuse for a hazardous work site.

If you fear a safety inspection of your construction site, maybe you should just follow the rules. Grow up.

JOHN McGRAW

Villas

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