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|New product protects fences from extreme weather |
Daily Echo - Sep 9, 2014
FenceFins, invented by Southampton engineer John Gibbs, are small metal attachments for fence posts, designed to protect them from windy weather and climbing children.. ...
|Senstar Showcases Latest Generation FlexZone Ranging Fence-mounted Sensor At IFSEC Southeast Asia 2014 |
Source Security - Sep 4, 2014
Senstar, the world’s largest manufacturer of perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS) at IFSEC Southeast Asia from September 3-5, is showcasing its latest generation ranging fence-mounted sensor, FlexZone. An innovative technology that enables flexible zoning through software, FlexZone can detect and localise multiple simultaneous intrusions with three meter location accuracy....
Decking Industry News
Local Government Issues
|Parks big: Sorry for Red Hook fence snafu |
The Brooklyn Paper - Sep 5, 2014
The parks department is playing defense after it cordoned off the waterfront section of a Red Hook Park in the dog days of summer without advance notice.....
|Port Authority right to spend $50 million on a GWB suicide fence: Editorial |
NJ.com - Sep 5, 2014
The Port Authority has weathered a lot of criticism for its dysfunction in Bridgegate, and some dubious real estate investments. But let’s give credit where it’s due: Officials at the agency absolutely made the right call to spend $50 million on a George Washington Bridge suicide fence.....
|Unfenced oil well sites: Menace to public safety? |
Norman Transcript - Sep 6, 2014
A 17-year-old had his arm amputated in 2009 after falling from the head of a moving oil well pump jack in Oklahoma City. The teen and a friend had climbed the fence, turned on the jack and attempted to ride it, cowboy style....
|Farm fence toppers talk of the town |
CTV - Calgary - Sep 3, 2014
A southern Alberta farmer has collected hundreds of hats over the last 25 years and has found a unique way to recycle and display them....
Fence and Animals - Wildlife
|Conservation group weighs ideas for bighorn sheep fence |
Desert Sun - Sep 8, 2014
Construction could start as soon as next summer on an 8-plus mile fence to keep Peninsular bighorn sheep off of La Quinta golf courses and streets. But first, conservations say, they must secure the funding needed to build the fence, which could cost as much as $3.4 million......
|Deer to face taller fences in NSL backyards |
Standard-Examiner - Sep 4, 2014
NORTH SALT LAKE — Residents here will now have a new means of keeping intrusive deer out of their backyards. City leaders voted Tuesday to amend fencing regulations in residential zones, .....
|Feral fence interest 'explodes' |
Queensland Country Life - Sep 8, 2014
EXCLUSION fence designs and options have “exploded” in the last eight months, according to Waratah Fencing representative Simon Richardson.....
|New Fountain PS fence planned |
Londonderry Sentinel - Sep 8, 2014
Fountain Primary School has applied for permission to build a new fence - similar to that surrounding the recently installed Multi-Use Games Area - to provide a secure area for the pupils. ...
|8 amazing hometalk ideas to fancy up your fence |
myfoxphilly - Sep 3, 2014
Fencing plays a starring role in the home decor news these days. Youll see weathered pickets or rugged fence boards ingeniously repurposed as living room wall art or headboards for the bedroom. ...
|Trustees handle fence dispute |
Troy Daily News - Sep 7, 2014
MONROE TOWNSHIP — An on-site meeting to inspect a newly installed fence on Peters Road that has been in dispute between property owners since 2013 is set by the Monroe Township Trustees for 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 12. ...
|'Fence Viewers' work to ward off neighbourly conflict |
CBC - Sep 5, 2014
A fence conveniently divides what’s yours from your neighbours, but they’ve also been known to be the centre of some disputes. Now the municipality of Oliver - Paipoonge has appointed its “fence viewers” - three committee members called in to help when neighbours disagree. ...
Fences and Railroads
|City to construct fence along train tracks |
Cavalier Daily - Sep 8, 2014
During the summer, the City of Charlottesville announced its plan to construct a fence on the western side of railroad tracks between 14th Street and Rugby Road. The fence was commissioned in 2010 when the City was granted federal funding and was to be completed by the end of the summer, but has since been delayed.. ...
|Fence erected around train depot in response to theft |
Auburn Villager - Sep 2, 2014
The Industrial Development Board has erected a fence around the historic Auburn Depot on Mitcham Avenue in response to theft of architectural features. Original doorhandles, mail slots, and light fixtures were some of the items stolen at the depot in recent months, according to Megan McGowen, deputy economic development director for the city of Auburn. ...
|Another Purple Line Fence Controversy In Chevy Chase |
Bethesda Now - Sep 2, 2014
Another backyard fence built in what looks to be the future path of the Purple Line has popped up in Chevy Chase, just as a Montgomery County judge contemplates what to make of a similar case in which a homeowner was slapped with a $500 fine ...
|Saudi Arabia to build fence on border with Iraq |
RT.com - Sep 8, 2014
Saudi Arabia has launched the construction of a high-security five-layered fence on the border with Iraq to protect the country from “infiltrators and smugglers,” according to state media...
|Britain to offer NATO summit security fences against migrants |
World Bulletin - Sep 6, 2014
Britain is offering to donate 20 km (13 miles) of steel fencing from last week's NATO summit in Wales to help French authorities struggling to control a growing number of illegal immigrants trying to cross the English Channel to Britain....
|Delineating borders: The symbolism of the fence in Russia |
Russia Beyond the Headlines - Sep 6, 2014
Sergei Medvedev, Professor of the Applied Political Science Department at the Higher School of Economics National Research University, is studying the phenomenology of fences. In the course of his work he has observed that Russians love to close themselves off...
|Ocean Sunfish Washes up on Washington Coast |
ABC News - Sep 5, 2014
A 7-foot ocean sunfish rarely seen in Washington waters recently washed ashore on a beach at Cape Disappointment State Park near the mouth of the Columbia River.....
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