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Decking Industry News
USA Mexico Border Fence
|Questions Remain on Cost of Border Bills|
Washington Post, United States - Sep 25, 2006
By SUZANNE GAMBOA. WASHINGTON -- House Republicans have whipped through a series of bills to crack down on illegal immigration with ...
Los Angeles Daily News, CA - Sep 25, 2006
WITH election day looming, legislation on construction of a 700-mile fence along the Mexican border has suddenly gained momentum with some Democrats backing ...
|Indian Tribe To Block Border Fence|
Judicial Watch, District of Columbia - Sep 20, 2006
An Indian tribe, whose members regularly help smuggle illegal immigrants and drugs into the US, will not allow a fence to be erected along a vulnerable stretch ...
USA Mexico Border Fence - Boeing Contract
|Virtual Border Fence|
KOLD-TV, AZ - Sep 25, 2006
Boeing plans to install a virtual fence along the United States border with Mexico and Canada. "It's a big step for our national ...
|Should Boeing Build A Fence?|
Aero-News Network, FL - Sep 23, 2006
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded an industry team led by Boeing the contract to provide border security under the technology component of the ...
USA Canada Border Fence
Fence Contractors in the News
|Fencing company faces fraud suit|
Joliet Herald News, IL - Sep 20, 2006
... approximately $4,500 in down payments from consumers to install fencing on their ... and Shannon McCarthy, doing business as Econ-O-Link Fence Builders, which ...
|Complaint filed vs. Stewart|
New Britain Herald, CT - Sep 19, 2006
... "The City of New Britain requested that the New Britain Fence Company quote a ... No other fence company was given a similar opportunity to provide such a quote. ...
DIY - Consumers
|How to build a sturdy, stylish privacy fence|
Jackson Clarion Ledger, MS - Sep 22, 2006
... Not only do codes typically cover the height of fences, but they often restrict the fencing material used and the direction the fence faces. ...
|6 on loose as jail security scrutinized|
Dallas Morning News (subscription), TX - Sep 24, 2006
... Patrick LeBlanc, president of Louisiana-based LCS Corrections Services, said engineers with the fence company were at the detention center trying to determine ...
|Toyota granted permission to build 5.5-metre fence|
Waterloo Record, Canada - Sep 26, 2006
Toyota has city permission to install a noise barrier along Cherry Blossom Road that may be as tall as 5.5 metres (18 feet). One resident objected to a fence on top of a berm already in place, saying it would look like a prison wall.
|Fence goes up around Oceanside hiring site|
North County Times, CA - Sep 23, 2006
... Smith said the fencing will not accomplish much. "The workers have a right to solicit work from what's the equivalent of a sidewalk. If you fence the lot ...
Fences and Neighbors
|Fence to make good neighbors|
Rockingham News, NH - Sep 22, 2006
KINGSTON -- The owners of Memories Ice Cream, Marc and Patricia Brown, have agreed to put a six-foot stockade fence with no gate along the back edge of their ...
|Councillors don't see eye to eye over fence|
Orange Central Western Daily, Australia - Sep 25, 2006
... At the meeting of the Planning Building and Health Policy Committee, councillors were confronted with a request from a developer to approve a fence that had ...
|Report: UK wanted to cover up existence of UFO unit|
Canoe Network CNEWS Sep 25, 2006
LONDON (AP) - Britain's Ministry of Defence sought to prevent the public from knowing about the work of a unit that investigated reported sightings of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, a published report said Monday.
GATE & ACCESS CONTROL DISTRICT MANAGER
Fast growing custom gate and access control company seeks District Managerfor Southwest Florida. Job responsibilities include managing installation projects in 3 county area, assigning work to staff, quality assurance, customer liaison and sales. Position requires 3 years experience in gate or access control service and installation. Local field knowledge helpful. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate consideration.
Mr. Jim Brigham 877-504-2837 x310
One of the nation's largest manufacturers and distributors of fencing materials, seeks qualified individuals for various management, management trainee, service center, and sales opportunities throughout the United States.
Successful candidates will receive comprehensive, professional training and development, enabling career advancement. Applicants must be honest, motivated, willing to work and learn. All positions require a pre-employment background check and drug screen.
A comprehensive benefit package includes Medical, Dental, Vision, STD, LTD, Vacation, 401(k) and Retirement Benefits.
Mail resume and cover letter (reference: FenceWeek) to: Human Resources Department,
MMI Products, Inc.,
400 N. Sam Houston Parkway E., Suite 1200,
Houston, TX 77060-5960.
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