I was shopping on North Oakland again this afternoon. It wasn't raining but a bit wet and sort of sloppy for construction work; yet I saw one worker and a truck.
There was evidence of fresh concrete, so I'm sure that there must have been more than one worker earlier. The bolts in what seemed to be curred concrete indicate that the light standards could be installed at almost anytime.
This was close to four o'clock, so in all fairness, some of the workers might have finished their day's work.
But here is a case where we need a surge of workers. Is there too much work here that Americans won't do?
I'm sure that the labor force could be expanded. We should be told the name of this firm so that they might get proper and public evaluation when its all done, if it all gets done.