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Press Release - Sep 1, 2010
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|NEW FACE FOR FENCING |
CisionWire (press release) - Sep 7, 2010
John Smith, Operations Director for fencing giant Saferoad BLG Ltd, has joined Lantra Sector Skills Council’s Fencing Group with a mission to raise fencing’s profile as a highly skilled and secure career...
Deck Industry News
|Enduris Launches New Website Focused on Endeck® PVC Decking |
PR Newswire (press release) - Aug 31, 2010
Enduris®, a leading manufacturer of PVC decking, railing and fencing, has just launched a new website-www.enduris.com. The consumer-oriented website has a strong focus on the fast-growing synthetic decking category-Cellular PVC....
|U.S. Likely to Find China Subsidized Aluminum |
Wall Street Journal - Sep 2, 2010
"I think the domestic aluminum extruders are pushing for this tariff after the success the steel industry has had in reducing Chinese imports," said Bruce Schwartz, president of fence maker Jerith Manufacturing Co., near Philadelphi....
Fence Contractors in the News
|Fence finally mended |
Chicago Tribune - Sep 1, 2010
What's Your Problem? caught his eye. The column described the frustrating tale of Stanley Kubacki, whose $23,000 fence was on the fritz. Despite a still-active warranty, Allied Fence Corp. refused to repair it
Local Government Issues
|Wood fences: good or bad? |
Simi Valley Acorn - Sep 2, 2010
City leaders are splintered on the issue of wooden fences. While the City Council proposed reversing the city’s fouryear ban on wood fencing earlier this year, the planning commission is not so sure that’s a good idea...
|CDOT to rework wildlife detector |
The Durango Herald - Sep 3, 2010
Bayfield resident Glenn Johnston drives through the Colorado Department of Transportation's wildlife-detection system about six times a week on his way to Durango and back. But he has yet to see the detection system work properly...
|County plans fences on Millburn Avenue |
NorthJersey.com - Sep 1, 2010
Millburn’s downtown business district will soon see orange snow fence in front of a series of businesses in an effort to enhance pedestrian safety as Essex County replaces the dilapidated Millburn Avenue Bridge...
|Exeter man readies fence defense |
Citizens Voice - Sep 7, 2010
Britain Gazda keeps his defense strategy in a black briefcase. He has a deed, a land survey and other documents. All that, Gazda contends, proves he owns a small strip of land between his Exeter home and his neighbor's...
|Neighbors settle fence dispute in Buffalo Grove |
Chicago Daily Herald - Sep 3, 2010
On Monday, the village board voted to approve a variance for a six-foot wooden fence. Hartstein applauded both sides. "I think this - is an example of why ...
Fences and Animals
|North boundary fence divides horse range and wilderness area |
Lovell Chronicle - Sep 2, 2010
Crews contracted by the Custer National Forest are getting ready to begin work repairing and rebuilding a section of fence that separates the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range from adjacent National Forest land designated as a natural wilderness area...
|Conservationists praise farmers for efforts |
Staunton News Leader - Sep 2, 2010
On Tuesday, the project marked the 40th mile of government-funded stream fencing built voluntarily on private land in the Headwaters Soil Water and ...
|Fence Going Up To Keep Pryor Horses Off Forest |
cbs4denver.com - Sep 1, 2010
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) Construction is slated to begin as soon as next week on a fence that officials say will keep wild horses off parts of Montana's Custer National Forest, a spokeswoman for the agency said Friday..
Schools and Fences
Fencing and Airports
|Bluffs airport awarded $1M |
SW Iowa News - Aug 31, 2010
A fence to keep deer and other wildlife from going onto the Council Bluffs Municipal Airport is coming soon. Airport officials were notified Monday that the Federal Aviation Administration has awarded $1,005,000 for a 4.5-mile long fence that will rise 10 feet high, ...
|Airport 'game' fence funding sought |
Rockport Pilot - Aug 31, 2010
He explained the proposed fencing would encompass the entire airport and provide for a cattle guard-type device to protect the entrance to the airport off ...
|LaFayette airport seeks grant to keep deer at bay |
Rockport Pilot - Aug 31, 2010
The Barwick LaFayette Airport is seeking a $500,000 grant for fencing to secure the airport runway. Airport officials have sought a fence for several years, the primary reason being that deer are frequently seen on the runway...
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