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|Israeli fence-tech company doing great after Trump win |
Jerusalem Post Israel News - Nov 19, 2016
As the global financial market felt the results of the US elections on November 9, many stocks in many sectors plummeted while others, mainly in the fossil fuel and security and defense markets, experienced a substantial boost. ...
Decking Industry News
|French firm Architecture du Bois set for Big 5 debut |
Trade Arabia - Nov 15, 2016
French firm Architecture du Bois - Terrasses Grad is set to showcase ecologically oriented innovative products during its debut appearance at The Big 5 construction expo in Dubai, UAE. ...
|Local business brings holiday cheer to family |
KOAT - Nov 20, 2016
An Albuquerque family received a much needed surprise in the wake of a big wind storm that damaged their property. Starla Busbee said her and her husband, Paul, had been worrying about how much it would cost to fix their fence. A tree fell down and destroyed the fence after Thursday's wind storm. ...
|Donated fence will allow toddler to play outside safely |
Kenosha News - Nov 20, 2016
Saturday was another big day for Tim and Bway Paw Win and their immigrant family. In August, the Wins bought their first house, a modest home at 4210 22nd Ave., after working and saving up for several years. But living on the high-traffic street has caused them stress. ...
Local Government Issues
|Fixing fences at Fabens Park |
Sandusky Register - Nov 17, 2016
HURON — When robbing base hits and home runs, athletes playing at Huron’s Fabens Park can expect a softer landing if they crash into the fences. Six ball diamonds received completely new chain-link barriers surrounding the entire playing area, including backstop, side and home run boundaries. ...
|Fences Erected, Homeless Ordered Out Near NRG Stadium |
TWC News - Nov 15, 2016
HOUSTON — Fences have gone up and the homeless have been ordered out of an area near NRG stadium.
The Houston Chronicle reports officials want to make that part of the city more presentable as Houston prepares to host the Super Bowl early next year.
|OC’s Median Fence Project Expected To Start In Early ‘17 |
The Dispatch - Nov 17, 2016
OCEAN CITY — The dune-style median fence project for Coastal Highway continues to move forward and will likely be completed by Memorial Day weekend of next year, State Highway Administration (SHA) officials told the Mayor and Council this week....
|Grant will construct a fence uniting Billings brewpubs |
Billings Gazette - Nov 18, 2016
A $65,000 grant from Phillips 66 will construct a hops fence along five blocks of Montana Avenue featuring interpretive signs and growing hops to alert strollers about the proximity of the seven breweries that await them in Billings’ burgeoning brewery district.....
|B.C. ranchers say thieves stealing weathered wood fencing to satisfy home decorators |
National Post - Nov 20, 2016
VANCOUVER — A home decor trend appears to be fuelling a series of “highway robberies” in the B.C. Interior. The B.C. Cattlemen’s Association has had six reports of stolen fencing this fall, general manager Kevin Boon said. It is believed the weathered wood is being sold to Vancouver-area homeowners eager to add a “rustic touch” to their living spaces.. ....
|USDA funds available for fencing livestock out of Virginia streams |
Augusta Free Press - Nov 16, 2016
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service is making $874,000 available to farmers in 21 Virginia localities who are interested in improving Chesapeake Bay water quality by installing livestock exclusion and forestry practices in targeted rivers and streams......
Fencing and Animal -- Wildlife
|Wildlife Foundation honored for fence work |
Jackson Hole News & Guide - Nov 17, 2016
The Wildlife Society’s Wyoming chapter has honored a Jackson-based nonprofit organization for the work it has completed to remove fences and make the local landscape more permeable for wildlife. The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is the recipient of the society’s 2016 Citizen of the Year Award for its Wildlife Friendlier Fencing Program.....
|U.S.'s Longest Cat-Proof Fence Protects Endangered Birds |
NatGeo - Nov 17, 2016
A five-mile-long fence was recently completed in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park to protect the federally endangered Hawaiian petrel from feral cats. It’s the longest cat-proof fence constructed in the U.S. ....
|Pool owners warned to make sure their fencing complies or risk huge fine |
HeraldSun.com.au - Nov 16, 2016
CHECK your pool fence or you may face court and a $78,000 fine according to authorities. With statistics showing more than half of Australian toddler drownings happen in backyard pools, Yarra Ranges Council is warning homeowners to make sure their safety barriers are compliant.....
USA/Mexico Border Fence
|VIDEO: New fence built along New Mexico, Mexico border |
KOAT - Nov 22, 2016
A new fence is going up right now between New Mexico and Mexico. It's part of hundreds of miles of fencing along the border. The construction has many asking if President-elect Donald Trump's plan to build a wall, is necessary. ...
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