Black concrete: A ‘black cement’ of a problem

A concrete barge in San Diego that was used to build a new house in the city has been vandalized with black paint.

A local business posted on Facebook that the paint was removed from the side of the barge that carried the cement to the project site.

The owner of the business, Steve Johnson, said the paint had been placed on the bottom of the concrete barges.

The owner said he contacted the city about the incident.

The vandalism comes after another local barge was vandalized.

That incident occurred last month.

How to fix cement glue leaks with Elmer’s Rubber

Elmer Rubber is offering free cement glue repairs on its website, and it has created a Facebook page to encourage people to report leaking cement glue.

On Monday, the company said it had fixed several of the biggest cement glue issues and promised to refund people who were charged for a leaky repair.

The company said the issue was traced to a faulty supply chain, and that its customers should contact the company to arrange a free repair.

“The first and most obvious step is to ensure that your Elmer rubber product is properly packaged, secured and stored safely,” the company says on its Facebook page.

“This means making sure that your product is in the right place at the right time.

If you are not in possession of a tool to secure your product properly, please contact our Customer Care Team at (800) 472-1148 to request a free cement repair.”

Elmer Rubber says it does not know the cause of the leaks, but says it is committed to working with customers to resolve the issue.

The company also says it will be contacting affected customers via the Facebook page and email.