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|New Security Solution Designed to Prevent Vehicle Terrorism |
PRWeb - - Oct 9, 2018
Currently, there is limited knowledge about how to predict or stop vehicle attacks and until now, no one in government or the private security sector has taken a leadership role in physical security to address such attacks. Now Security Pro USA has stepped up to provide a product to meet this need....
Decking Industry News
|McIntyre Fencing Co Inc Is A Proud Member of AFA |
Digital Journal - - Oct 11, 2018
Griffin, Georgia - October 11, 2018 - Executives of McIntyre Fencing Company revealed to the media that the company is a proud member of the American Fence Association (AFA)...
Local Government Issues
|Southampton Village Board Rejects Proposed Deer Fence Plan |
27-East - - Oct 16, 2018
Following a long discussion weighing the merits of either using eight-foot-high fences or bow hunting to control the local deer population, the Southampton Village Board last Thursday narrowly rejected a measure to allow residents to install the fences, 3-2....
|Developer not obligated to build wildlife fence in Dead Man’s Flats |
Rocky Mountain Outlook - - Oct 1, 2018
DEAD MAN’S FLATS – The Municipal District of Bighorn will have to return more than $212,000 to a developer and pay an additional $15,000 in legal fees after binding arbitration ruled the developer was not obligated to build a wildlife fence ...
Fences and Animals - Wildlife
|What to know before you build a fence |
Mother Nature Network - - Oct 12, 2018
Good fences may make good neighbors, but only if you keep your neighbors in mind when you build one. That's because there's more to putting up a fence than just figuring out the material you'll use and how you want it to look ,...
|Fearful of swine fever, France plans fence on Belgian border |
Reuters - - Oct 12, 2018
STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - France will start putting up fencing along part of its border with Belgium this weekend to prevent wild boars spreading African swine fever, a virulent livestock disease that could disrupt Europe’s large pig industry. ..
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