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    Default Electrical service connected to old building

    The electrical service is attached to the remnants of the old building that was torn down to build the new structure. This towering pile of bricks is not attached to the new building. What do you think of this?

    Granted, this construction is in Jersey City, NJ where I witnessed someone pruning their tree the other day with a circular saw while standing on the top step of a 6-foot ladder.

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    Default Re: Electrical service connected to old building

    The problem is not the electrical service, the problem is that that wall is not allowed to stand there all alone like that!

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    Default Re: Electrical service connected to old building

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    ...the problem is that that wall is not allowed to stand there all alone like that!
    Careful, Jerry. We're talkin' Joisey here. Youse got a problem wit dat?


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    Default Re: Electrical service connected to old building

    JP,

    What? Are you going to give it a ticket for loitering?


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    Default Re: Electrical service connected to old building

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnar Alquist View Post
    JP,

    What? Are you going to give it a ticket for loitering?

    Yes sir, 'no visible means of support'.

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