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|Fencing company sues for $77k from McKesson contractor |
- Globe Gazette Dec 22, 2015
CLEAR LAKE | A Des Moines fencing company claims it is owed $77,000 in back pay for work it did at the McKesson Corp. project in Clear Lake. American Fence Co. of Iowa sued the project's general contractor, ....
|SourceSecurity.com 2015 Review And 2016 Forecast |
Source Security Dec 15, 2015
2015 has been an eventful year for the physical security industry. As 2016 looms, the pace of industry change shows no sign of decreasing. Seeking insights into the state of the physical security market at year-end, SourceSecurity.com this month is publishing dozens of 2015 Review and 2016 Forecast ....
|Pool Guard Texas Shares the ABCs of Pool Safety |
- PRWeb Dec 17, 2015
Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 17, 2015
Texas leads the nation among accidental drowning incidents each year. There are several ways to prevent an accidental drowning in a pool environment. Pool safety barrier fences are a big part of drowning prevention.....
Decking Industry News
Local Government Issues
|Fall River wins $257K grant to fix fencing, dugouts at baseball fields |
Herald News - Dec 17, 2015
FALL RIVER — For the second time in two days, the city found a whopping six-figure grant in its pre-Christmas stocking, pushing the total to more than $500,000.
The latest state grant will replace fencing, backstops and dugouts at three Little League ballfields at Kennedy Park, Maplewood Park and Abbott Court....
|Richmond EDA threatens to sue state over chain link fence at Redskins camp |
Richmond Times-Dispatch - Dec 19, 2015
A neighborly dispute over a planned construction fence between the Science Museum of Virginia and the Redskins training camp facility took an ugly turn at the end of last month, when the city of Richmond threatened a lawsuit and the state responded with a laundry list of grievances.....
|Disputed Rancho Mirage Country Club fence comes down |
Desert Sun - Dec 18, 2015
Christmas arrived a little early for the residents of Rancho Mirage Country Club who sipped champagne Friday as they watched city crews remove a long-disputed chain-link fence around the golf course in their gated community. “We’re elated,” said Bob Lucas, president of the community’s homeowners' association....
Fencing and Animals - Pets
|Fencing makes for happy dogs and owners |
Highway Mail - Dec 18, 2015
A few months ago, notices were put up stating that dogs would have to be kept on leads or leashes, but this has been resolved with the erection of the new fence.....
|Can you improve your grazing distribution without fences? |
Beef Magazine - Dec 16, 2015
Every cattle producer wants to get all they can from their land and cattle. Sometimes that means running a temporary fence to keep cattle in certain areas they just don’t care to go. What if there was a way to lure cattle to the other end without having to get out the T-posts and post driver?..
|Walnut Creek trying electric fences to contain cattle in open spaces |
Contra Costa Times - Dec 17, 2015
WALNUT CREEK -- Grazing cattle will return to the North Lime Ridge Open Space this year in an experiment with electric fences to concentrate the animals where they're most needed to keep down grasses that would be a fire hazard and to keep them away from hikers.....
|DNR relaxes deer fence regulations |
Lacrosse Tribune - Dec 17, 2015
Wisconsin deer farmers can opt out of the state’s chronic wasting disease monitoring program without upgrading their fences under an emergency rule the state Department of Natural Resources’ board adopted last week despite concerns the move could spread the disease...
Fencing and Animals - Wildlife
|Governments announce $15 million for cluster fencing programs in Qld |
ABC Rural - Dec 18, 2015
The State and Federal Government have approved $15 million worth of pest and weed programs across Queensland. It is part of the Queensland Feral Pest Initiative scheme, which includes $10 million from the Federal Government and $5 million from State....
Art and Fences
Fence and Schools
Fences and Airports
|Airport board OKs perimeter fence deal |
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel - Dec 15, 2015
The Grand Junction Regional Airport officially ended its yearslong search for a new perimeter-security system with the approval of a contract too sensitive to be discussed in public.....
Fences and Railroads
|New fences coming to Expo track |
Santa Monica Daily Press - Dec 17, 2015
Days after a semi-truck collided with an Expo train, the City Council took up the issue of Expo safety this week – and approved fencing to keep pedestrians from walking on the tracks because apparently Santa Monicans can’t tell the difference between a rail line and a sidewalk.....
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