Light pole


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Light pole

A street light, lamppost, street lamp, light standard, or lamp standard is a raised source of light on the edge of a road or walkway, which is turned on or lit at a certain time every night.
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City officials have a right to expect that what they paid for will be delivered: light poles that can withstand 80 mph winds.
For nearly 20 years, Jim Power has transformed chunks of glass, tile, seashells, plates and cups into beautifully designed mosaic art on 67 light poles in Manhattan's East Village in New York City.
The car slid sideways into a street light pole, wrapping itself around the pole and knocking the pole down.
structure maintenance for light poles; 30 ea light pole foundation repair; 1,050 lf conduit, jacked or drilled, 3"; 2,250 lf trench, 24" deep; 1,800 ea lighting, misc.
LANCASTER - Two teenagers were arrested after leading deputies on a chase that ended when their stolen compact car crashed into a light pole, deputies said Sunday.
RMI and Hadco will jointly design light pole systems that will feature a lightweight, low-maintenance durable construction with an optional protective barrier.
NORTH HILLS - A 24-year-old man who was riding with a suspected drunk driver was killed late Monday when their car slammed into an SUV, then hit a light pole, police said Tuesday.
LANCASTER - The latest El Nio storm claimed its first Antelope Valley victim, a Quartz Hill man killed when his car skidded on wet pavement and hit a light pole.
Tenders are invited for Decorative Street Light Pole Painting Project
A suspected car thief led police on a chase from Reseda to Northridge, where he abandoned the first vehicle, carjacked another and crashed it into a light pole, authorities said.
Invitation for Bid: Decorative street light pole painting project