The city of Hamilton and contractors will be at Tim Hortons Field Tuesday to find out why a transformer blew during last Friday’s Ticats game.
A backup generator was used to complete the game.
If the transformer can’t be replaced quickly, the city will use emergency generators to power the two remaining Ticats football games this year at a cost of $17-thousand per game.
It’s just one of the issues lingering at the 145-million dollar stadium.
While the problem of hanging speakers has been addressed, the Spectator reports a safety audit of the structure has found other concerns of shoddy workmanship.
One involves the discovery of 10 missing bolts in the scoreboard.
A draft of the audit will before city councillors on Friday.