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|Twisted Wires (In the Loop Itself) Test
Press release - Dec 10, 2010
If the wires of the loop itself are twisted, will it have an effect on its ability to detect vehicles? That is what BD Loops set out to clarify with a new test. Industry myths make inductance loops seem a lot more complicated than they really are....
Decking Industry News
|Free 3D Deck Design Tool Now Available on MoistureShield.com |
PR Web (press release) - Dec 9, 2010
Like the adage "a picture is worth a thousand words," MoistureShield's new DeckLife™ deck design tool allows users to visualize and easily communicate complex deck plans with a detailed 3D image rather than time consuming explanations ...
Fence Contractors in the News
|Contract awarded to replace gate at Taylorville prison |
The State Journal-Register - Dec 11, 2010
TAYLORVILLE — A contract of more than $270,000 has been awarded by the state Capital Development Board to replace the main gate assembly at the Taylorville Correctional Center ...
|Guier Fence seeks franchisee in Fairfield County |
Stamford Advocate - Dec 9, 2010
Guier Fence, a fence franchiser from Kansas City, Mo., said it hopes to expand on that philosophy by partnering with a Fairfield County resident who can drive growth in Connecticut...
The Famous and Their Fences
|Gray's dismantled fence may rise again |
Washington Post - Dec 8, 2010
The black aluminum fence that once surrounded Mayor-elect Vincent C. Gray's Southeast Washington home may soon rise again when the D.C. Council chairman becomes the city's chief executive in January...
Local Government Issues
|Nebraska City OKs Limited Use Of Barbed Wire |
CattleNetwork.com - Dec 9, 2010
CHADRON, Neb. (AP) — The Chadron City Council has amended the city's fence ordinance to allow greater use of barbed wire in places where large livestock are allowed in the northwest Nebraska city.
|Barrier fence to protect dunes |
Coolum & North Shore News - Dec 9, 2010
A NEW fence to protect delicate sand dunes will be erected on Coolum's main beach. This week Sunshine Coast council will begin construction of a barrier ...
|Public meeting about controversial fence |
Chicago Tribune - Dec 13, 2010
A controversial fence dividing a community will be the topic of discussion at a public meeting. Braintree Council fenced off open space between Lie Field Close and Twelve Acres in Braintree ...
DIY - Consumers
Fences and Animals - Wildlife
|Deer dies after running into fence
Standard-Examiner - Dec 11, 2010
NORTH OGDEN -- A young deer died Saturday after repeatedly running into fences. A woman called police when she saw a deer running into her backyard fences. ...
|Higher fences, fewer deer? |
Hamilton Spectator - Dec 11, 2010
Ancaster residents plagued by deer problems will be allowed eight-foot fences to try to keep them out of back yards. It will be a two-year pilot program ...
Schools and Fences
|Pool fencing laws working for Territory |
ABC Online - Dec 8, 2010
The Royal Life Saving Society says the latest figures on toddler drownings in the Northern Territory prove pool fencing laws are working - for now.
Fences in History
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