right-of-way


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Vegetation in the right-of-way included bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi), quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides), lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta), common lupine (Lupinus argenteus), and several graminoids.
A few weeks after blanket installation, the Tall Fescue had germinated and propagated through the protective, moisture retaining barrier of straw blanket, turning the right-of-way slopes from brown to green.
Without an economic advantage, such as in the case of right-of-ways, convincing people of the importance of prairies is difficult.
However, the greatest magnet for such buildings is the proximity to major fiber-optic back-bones and cables that reside along the railroad right-of-ways and under some highways and city streets.
They are pockmarked by subdivisions, farms, and clearcuts; what's left is sliced by roads as well as power line and pipeline right-of-ways.
Their small footprint, McCombs said, allows utilities to run two or even three composite-based transmission lines on the same right-of-ways now occupied by one large steel structure.
Tenders are invited for mowing services for residential road right-of-ways.
The PL61 extendible counterweight helps the operator maintain stability with heavy loads or in steep terrain and can be retracted for maximum maneuverability in tight right-of-ways.
The work that the city has been doing all year long to clear storm drains and repair roadways will help prevent major problems in public right-of-ways as we head into the rainy season,'' said Chris Daste, the city's field services director.
However, the greatest magnet for such buildings is the proximity to major fiber-optic backbones and cables that reside along the railroad right-of-ways and under some highways and city streets.