Milwaukee -- County Executive Chris Abele says it's not a time to point fingers about the July 6th fire. He says it's something they're dealing with and will fix moving forward.
"Dealing with a crisis is a good way to get department heads and leadership to get to know each other because suddenly you're working together in a very different context. You've got a shared project so you have to interact so everyone understands there's duress of any sort, people behave more civily than usual."
Firefighters arrived on the scene a few minutes after 12:30 according to report documents.
Yet initial reports of smoke and power outages came much earlier according to witnesses that day.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported there was a 24-minute delay in calling 9-11.
"More concerned with a solution and making sure it doesn't happen again than who they should be angry at. We've got enough of that around."
Investigators are still looking into what caused the fire that damaged millions of dollars worth of electrical equipment.