Ain't that the truth? I am sure, though, that it was needed. I would also be willing to bet that someone lower on the pole had suggested it a long time ago. Of course it wasn't a priority then!!! I see that (oops, SAW that) a lot. For example, I was a proponent of having locked classroom doors all day long for over 20 years. We were told we could lock the doors, BUT we would have to have a door block on (a thingy that wraps around the door handles) so the door would stay ajar. Then with the shootings in Sandy Hook, we were given the option of locking and fully closing the door or of locking and using the door block. Some things just don't make sense!
Originally Posted by Christmasstar
nothing like a visit for corporate to get things cleaned up!