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Five different stores make sudden announcement, claiming “plumbing” issues

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posted on May, 29 2015 @ 10:11 AM
To Add ...

"WTF! Is Abandoned Cincinnati Walmart with Razor Wire a Future Jade Helm FEMA Camp? "

edit on 29-5-2015 by Black_Fox because: Reasons

posted on May, 29 2015 @ 11:04 AM
a reply to: Black_Fox

While I was walking around the building, security came out and asked me what I was doing. Telling them full truth, I told them that I was a blogger and was writing a post in relation to Jade Helm. The security guard had not heard of the military drill, but told me the wire had been erected almost immediately after the Walmart closed 3-4 years ago to prevent thieves from stealing copper on the roof.

After he figured out I was not a thief in the night, we parted ways and I started making some calls to local buddies that are certified electricians.

My friend said that it’s not rare that businesses take precautions to prevent AC, Copper or other thievery once they shut down.

posted on Jun, 4 2015 @ 09:24 PM
a reply to: Black_Fox

Just found another closed Walmart:

ST. PETERSBERG, Florida (INTELLIHUB) — Another closed Walmart has turned up. One “that’s not listed out of the five Walmarts that have been shutdown across the country” for alleged ‘plumbing issues’.

Walmarts look all the same to me, but that little tree at the entrance seems to be ecactly the same.

The Walmart that anchored that shopping center at Tyrone Boulevard and Park Street for 24 years closed July 15. The new Walmart opened 2 miles away on July 16.
Walmart owns the newly empty 122,000-square-foot store, which isn't listed for lease or sale at the moment.

"We are in the process of evaluating our options for this site," said spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg.

Closed last year (not so recently then) and still empty?
Hmm... Is it possible that empty Walmarts might be connected to our 'plumbing-issues' as well? Business as usual to keep 122,000-square-foot stores vacant for a year and longer? Maybe. Also, how many closed Walmarts can be found in this 'Jade-Helm-area' at all?

Good questions? Any suggestions?

posted on Jul, 24 2017 @ 05:23 AM

originally posted by: dreamingawake
"No plumping permits have been pulled in any of those places" Looks like local news to stores are investigating these claims. one source.

BRANDON, Fla. - Walmart stores across the country suddenly closed Monday, supposedly as a result of plumbing problems.

Now a Hillsborough County commissioner who has worked closely with the company for years says he has plenty of questions.

In Midland, Texas, which, until Monday, was home to one of the 10 busiest Walmart stores in the country, City Building Official Steve Thorpe told the I-Team his plumbing inspector was sent away when he visited the closed store and offered to help secure permits.

Cities are upset too because of tax loss, etc. Hmm, wonder what they will find.

Permits are in fact required before construction project begins which includes building, mechanical, plumbing, sewer and water, fire protection, sign, demolition and moving.
A permit application and two sets of plans should be submitted well in advance of the project start date.
Some states requires that most residential building contractors, remodelers, roofers and manufactured-home installers obtain state licenses. Specialty contractors who perform only one special skill (for example: concrete and masonry, carpentry or interior finishing) are exempt from state licensing.
Plumbing contractors at toronto say that
plumbing contractors must be licensed by the respective state and should provide a copy of the license to the City.

posted on Jul, 24 2017 @ 06:00 AM
Ha! Jade Helm... good times, good times

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