Not to mention working around abandoned coal bins, bike racks, bollards, bus stop shelters, catch basins, cable TV pedestals, culverts, drainage ditches, fences, fire hydrants, galvanic protection monitors, gas laterals, guy anchors, irrigation ditches, Jersey barriers, lawn-sprinkling systems, mailboxes, manholes, newspaper vending-machine platforms, power pedestals, power switching cabinets, power transformers, raised planting beds, retaining walls, secondary water laterals, signs, storm drains, streetlights, survey markers, telephone cross-connect panels, telephone pedestals, traffic signals, trees and tree roots, utility poles, water laterals, or xeriscaped yards.
Neal McLain***** Moderator's Note *****
Don't forget the Fire Alarm Premise or Auxiliary Loops, Steam Mains, and POPT (Privately Owned and Placed Telegraph) circuits. As if that weren't enough, there are also non-government rights of way, non-registered government rights of way, and Allowances for Non-anticipable Sovereign Change Demands.
Bill "I Love This Job" Horne Temporary Moderator
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