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This weekly email searches main media outlets finding stories that may be of interest to contractors in the fencing and access control industry. It is published by de facto, inc., which also publishes fencebids.
Pool Safety and Fencing Blog
We have started a new blog on pool safety and the opportunities for fence contractors. Maureen Williams of D&D Technologies will be the main author of the blog. Maureen is an expert on Pool Safety; she is president of the National Drowning Prevention Alliance. The purpose of the blog is to identify opportunities and how to take advantage of them. We hope you will find this useful and please comment.
Pool Fencing Blog|
Fence Contractors in the News
|Fences make good downtown neighbors|
Community Press, KY - Mar 29, 2006
BY LINDSAY BRAUD | COMMUNITY PRESS STAFF WRITER. LOVELAND -- Dale Eads grew up in Loveland and has lived here most of this life. ...
Decking Industry News
|An endless array of choices on deck|
San Luis Obispo Tribune, CA - Mar 31, 2006
... constructed from wood. All this has changed, according to Marsden, who owns The Patio Cover & Decking Co. in Paso Robles. "People are ...
Fencing and Airports
|Residents want a mended fence|
Toronto Star, Canada - Apr 3, 2006
A fence that's supposed to keep people from falling over the edge of a sidewalk has gone for a tumble itself. Mabelle Ave. is a ...
|Memorial Bridge fence should be replaced|
Kennebec Journal, ME - Apr 2, 2006
... At the time, people knew why the safety fence was needed. The fence seems to have been effective. ... But let us in any event have the safety fence. ...
|Parks will look at cost of fence removal|
Pioneer Press Online, IL - Mar 30, 2006
... The decision to fence the ball fields came about after parents of girls playing in the park district house league complained the facilities were not equal to ...
Local Government Issues
|Commissioners leaning toward no fence at jail|
The Decatur Daily, AL - Mar 30, 2006
The Morgan County Commission is leaning away from putting a fence around the new jail, but won't decide until after a special meeting next week. ...
|Sask. Party urges fence for northern dump|
StarPhoenix, Canada - Mar 31, 2006
REGINA -- The Saskatchewan Party called on the government Thursday to fence off an unregulated northern garbage dump on Crown land that media reports have ...
Fences and Animals
|New Dog Law|
State Journal, WV - Apr 3, 2006
... The owners must also have a six-feet high fence enclosed fence if the dog is allowed outside, and the dogs must also wear a muzzle and leash when taken outside ...
|Putting up effective deer fences|
Franklin County Courier, Vermont - Apr 3, 2006
... forms of sight, sound, taste, and touch repellents for deer, yet still have them feeding on your choice garden plants, perhaps it's time to consider a fence. ...
|Rescuers give early message on drowning prevention|
Arizona Daily Star, AZ - Apr 3, 2006
... And while pool fences and other precautions are important, there is no substitute for adult supervision when it comes to preventing drownings, firefighters say ...
|Time to review pool safety for upcoming season|
Miami Herald, FL - Mar 30, 2006
... Each year on April Pool's Day, the Miami Chapter of the American Red Cross launches the swim season by highlighting pool safety and promoting the importance of ...
USA Mexico Border Fence
|Fence proposed along US-Mexico border|
Standard-Speaker, PA - Apr 1, 2006
Controversy continues to swirl around the proposed 700-mile-long fence along the US-Mexico border that would help prevent illegal immigrants from entering this ...
Fences and Neighbors
|3766 families affected due to border fencing|
Kashmir Media Service, Pakistan - Apr 1, 2006
Jammu, April 01 (KMS):In occupied Kashmir, about 3766 families have been affected by the border fencing. The puppet Minister of ...
Cop shoots self in the arm|
Canoe Network CNEWS Apr 4, 2006
CHARLOTTE, Mich. (AP) A sheriff's sergeant who claimed a man shot him in the arm while on patrol has been charged with filing a false report after prosecutors say the sergeant actually turned his own gun on himself...
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