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|Security industry wins major fix in new law |
UPI.com - Dec 27, 2010
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 (UPI) -- The U.S. security industry has won a major fix in a 4-year-old law that restricted its operations because of a blanket rule designed to satisfy energy efficiency standards...
Decking Industry News
Fence Contractors in the News
|Fence Worker Pounds The Pavement For Work
KERO-TV 23 - Dec 27, 2010
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- The storm of the weakened economy has taken many jobs away, but the recent rain storms have helped one business get some much needed customers. Many wooden fences have little defenses against sever weather....
|AutoGate Sytems |
27east.com - Dec 21, 2010
Mark M. Cirillo started out in the entry gate industry in the early 1980s in Florida, working with a large fencing contractor...
|Recycling goes bush
ABC Local - Dec 21, 2010
Fencing is a never-ending and expensive job for many south-east properties, in farming country which enjoys the shelter provided from native trees, and the pastures that meander through the farming landscape ...
Local Government Issues
|New fencing planned for Jenner Township park |
Daily American Online - Dec 27, 2010
JENNER TOWNSHIP — Thanks to donations through the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies, the Jenner Township Community Park Board is touting plans for a safety improvement project.
|SD town's cemetery pillars to stay |
KCAU - Dec 27, 2010
Pillars at cemetery entrances in Dell Rapids won't be torn down. The Argus Leader newspaper reports that citizens and members of 2 cemetery boards told city council members they opposed the removal of the pillars and fence...
|Hackney Cemetery gets new fence |
South Shore News and Tribune - Dec 22, 2010
RIVERVIEW - Hackney Cemetery just got a much-needed facelift. The 125-year-old cemetery had been surrounded by a chain-link fence installed in 1982. Though the fence had been repaired on several occasions ...
Fences and Neighbors
|Good neighbors are good with or without fences |
Springfield News Sun - Dec 27, 2010
We had neighbors with no fences. When each neighbor installed a fence both apologetically explained the fence logic. One needed privacy when he installed a ...
USA Mexico Border Fence
|Border fence construction nears completion in Hope Park |
Brownsville Herald - Dec 26, 2010
On a crisp December morning, Justo Ahumada stood at the edge of the levee near Hope Park watching a group of construction workers ply at the rusty iron fence now snaking its way along the U.S.-Mexico border ...
Fencing and Airports
|Decatur Airport making progress on fence to keep out wildlife |
Herald & Review - Dec 21, 2010
DECATUR - The fence around Decatur Airport goes nowhere, at least for now. About nine feet high with a foot of barbed wire at the top, the fence winds around three miles of the airport's boundaries before stopping in a field...
Schools and Fences
|Fury over university's fencing move |
Derby Evening Telegraph - Dec 22, 2010
A CAMPAIGNER has made a stinging attack on the University of Derby, accusing it of making the city's Sturgess Fields look like a concentration camp ...
Fences and Weather
|Repairs begin on fences flattened by wind |
KOAA Colorado Springs News - Dec 22, 2010
Expensive repairs have begun on wooden fences in the Pikes Peak region flattened by Monday's wind gusts exceeding 80 miles per hour in some areas ...
|Residents evacuate homes |
San Bernardino Sun - Dec 28, 2010
An employee of The Gas Company theorized that the wind knocked down the power line, electrifying a chain-link fence. The electricity then jumped from the ...
|Fence stolen from home, only posts remain |
NBC2 News - Dec 22, 2010
LEE COUNTY: A man who recently purchased a home in Lehigh Acres contacted deputies after someone stole his chain link fence surrounding his yard, according to Lee County Sheriff's Office reports...
|N.J. woman enjoys 30,000-calorie holiday dinner |
Canoe.ca - Dec 27, 2010
And you thought you were feeling full after your holiday meals. A New Jersey mother who is trying to become the fattest woman in the world sat down for a 30,000-calorie Christmas dinner over the weekend...
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