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Watts Heating and Cooling, Inc. Loren is the owner of Watts Heating and Cooling, Inc. in Gladstone Oregon. Loren has been serving the Portland, OR area for decades. He is an active member or the Oregon Workforce coalition a strong advocate for apprenticeship training as well a long time member of the ABC. Watts heating, a fixture in the Gladstone area has been performing Watts Wednesdays for Gladstone High School students in an effort to introduce trades to our youth long before "workforce development" was even on the agendas of many organizations. He assists with tours of the school and well as participates on outside workforce development committees. He is dedicated to providing the best outcomes to the betterment of our community and those in it.
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Brad Wellenbrock alleges his termination came after complaining that Loren Watts, owner of Watts Construction while serving on the board for five years through December 2007, had improperly helped himself to KID property, including water, without permission.
The wrongful termination case, which is being retried following a mistrial last September, alleges that Watts, along with former board members William Kinsel, Ryan Pratt, John Pringle, John Jaksch and Doug Grover, conspired to get rid of Wellenbrock. Wellenbrock's lawsuit alleges Watts, as KID's board president, had his employees draw KID water without permission from an irrigation pond to use on a construction site, and that Watts' crews took excessive amounts of water from KID's irrigation lines serving the Hansen Park subdivision, leaving hundreds of homeowners without adequate water during the summer of 2007. Fox said Watts, when confronted about taking too much water from Hansen Park's irrigation lines, was extremely upset. Sheridan questioned Watts about ignored KID policy requiring permission and approved plans before replacing a KID weir box in building a private irrigation system for Antoinette Burnside, whose property did not have KID water rights at the time. Fox said KID hired an outside engineer to prepare plans, but Watts called them too expensive for his client and ignored them. Watts testified KID agreed to reimburse $10,139 to Burnside for the cost of installing a water meter at the new weir box. "It was a pilot program," Watts told Sheridan in explaining the reason for the payment. Sheridan asked why Watts had no written proof of permission, even to answer a subpoena for the records. Watts said his company, which he said does $20 million in business annually, doesn't keep records after a job is completed. Sheridan also discussed a KID internal memo to Vic Johnson, who was interim district manager in 2007 when the alleged misconduct by Watts was occurring. Sheridan asked Watts. "We had a discussion," Watts answered. As for taking water from a KID pond known as LID 124, Watts said his employees forced entry through the locked gate because they needed to resupply their construction trucks. And, he said, Watts Construction built that pond for the land owner and KID had not yet taken ownership of it, Watts said. "There were no KID signs," he said. Sheridan also questioned Watts about allegedly borrowing a KID road grader, assuming he could have it for a small job without paying KID a rental charge. Watts subsequently paid KID for the use. One juror sent a note to Judge Carrie Runge, complaining that Watts had not used the microphone, making it difficult to hear his responses.