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  • Liberator village


    The Liberator Village was the government housing area for employees of the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation aircraft manufacturing plant which was constructed after 18 April 1942 next to the Army Air Force (AAF) Base Tarrant Field Airdrome, and an AAF aircraft plant NO. 4 was built just west of Fort Worth, Texas along the south side of Lake Worth. The Consolidated Vultee Bomber Plant workers would build the B-24 "Liberator" heavy bomber. Later, they would build the B-32 Dominator bomber that made it to the war for only a short time. The plant begun production less than a year later while much of its workforce was accommodated in the 1500 prefabricated dwelling units located around the south gate of the bomber plant which housed men and women that built the B-24 bomber near Fort Worth, Texas during World War II. The war had caused a shortage of housing in the area, therefore, the government decided to build a complex within walking distance to the plant. It would be named Liberator Village after the name of the B-24 bomber. The employees worked in difficult living conditions with the housing described as "ricky-ticky houses and open sewers". However, this is disputed by Lambert.

  • Utility submeter


    Mobile home parks often submeter their tenantsUtility submetering is a system that allows a landlord, property management firm, condominium association, homeowners association, or other multi-tenant property to bill tenants for individual measured utility usage. The approach makes use of individual water meters, gas meters, or electricity meters. Submetering may also refer to the monitoring of the electrical consumption of individual equipment within a building, such as HVAC, indoor and outdoor lighting, refrigeration, kitchen equipment and more. In addition to the "main load" meter used by utilities to determine overall building consumption, submetering utilizes individual "submeters" that allow building and facility managers to have visibility into the energy use and performance of their equipment, creating opportunities for energy and capital expenditure savings.

  • Brides Are Like That


    Brides Are Like That is a 1936 American comedy film directed by William C. McGann and written by Ben Markson. The film stars Ross Alexander, Anita Louise, Joseph Cawthorn, Kathleen Lockhart, Gene Lockhart and Dick Purcell. The film was released by Warner Bros. on April 18, 1936.

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