Posts Tagged ‘municipal maintenance’

Maintenance essential in keeping up development

Maintenance essential in keeping up development

Maintenance – municipal or otherwise – is a hugely important task, as keeping all operations in order is not only essential to ensuring smooth operation, but saving money in the long-term as well. 

Municipal maintenance requires constant vigilance

Municipal maintenance requires constant vigilence

Municipal maintenance is an imperative for a town, and any delay in the process can lead to projects getting backed up and costs mounting.

Deferred municipal maintenance creates dangers for those in Alaska

Deferred municipal maintenance creates dangers for those in Alaska

Clearing a river is often essential municipal maintenance work, to ensure the safety and convenience of all those utilizing the area or living nearby.

As summer road work wraps up, many regions plan for the future

As summer road work wraps up, many regions plan for the future

Many regions plan vast amounts of road work for the months between May and September – in some towns it becomes a “bumper-to-bumper summer.” 

Massachusetts town embarks on municipal maintenance quest

Massachusetts town embarks on municipal maintenance quest

Within a city, many of its unique sections give a local area more flavor, more character. 

Candidate for mayor of St. Paul runs on platform of municipal maintenance

Candidate for mayor of St. Paul runs on platform of municipal maintenance

Municipal maintenance is an aspect of serious importance to cities and towns across the nation. 

Study by students finds Utah maintenance lacking

Study by students finds Utah maintenance lacking

Many young men and women spend their undergraduate years in a haze of irresponsibility, hanging out with friends and watching television while skipping their work.

Connecticut firefighters focus on fleet maintenance

Connecticut firefighters focus on fleet maintenance

Firefighters in Stamford, Connecticut, are increasingly speaking out about the state of the department’s fire trucks, which they say have been breaking down at a higher rate and should be replaced with better, more cost-efficient equipment.

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