Mayor of Houston Sylvester TurnerSylvester Turner (Sylvester TurnerSunday) screening preview: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention School reopening guidance sparked controversy; Texas defeated the winter freeze mural in recognition of George Floyd’s alma mater at Houston High School Outer unveiling news Houston will send up to 200 checks to residents to mitigate the impact of the pandemic (D) Said he didn’t believe it on Sunday President Biden After winter storms destroy the state’s energy grid, this will be a “distraction” thing.
“Of course we will welcome him, he will not be distracted, [nor] Turner said in “Face the Nation” on CBS on Sunday.
The mayor told CBS’ Margaret Brennan (Margaret Brennan) that the most needed area of the city involves the restoration of pipeline infrastructure affected by winter weather.
“Due to the cold weather, big leaks, big floods, there are so many houses in the whole city that are broken due to pipe ruptures, we now need a lot of plumbing materials and supplies. We have many licensed plumbers, but we can use more,” He said.
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Turner continues to blame the state’s own energy grid, which in most of the consequences did not survive the winter under these conditions.
Turner said: “Everything that happened last week was predictable and preventable,” Turner pointed out that, as a state legislator, he introduced an unsuccessful bill ten years ago that required public utilities in the state. Ensure adequate reserves.
He said: “Our system in Texas is mainly designed for summer heat, not necessarily winter activities… The fact is that climate change is real, and these major storms can happen at any time.” “The system needs to be weathered. , We need to maintain sufficient reserves, and we need to open the Texas grid. Now we have a closed grid, and because of our system, we cannot get electricity from outside the state.”