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#159482 - 01/26/07 11:34 AM Can you think of a better term
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for "Miscellaneous Clean-Up" pertaining to pulling out unused wires and covering/repairing open junctions in a basement?

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#159483 - 01/26/07 12:19 PM Re: Can you think of a better term
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ab“Abandoned wire removal”

“Abandonment follow-through?”

“Complete abandonment”

“Finalize conductor abandonment, cover as per code for safety”

Or use any variation thereof with reckless abandon

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#159484 - 01/26/07 12:23 PM Re: Can you think of a better term
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on second thought, they were already ready abandoned, I guess what you're doing is removal.

Can you use "Remove unused wires, cover or repair and cover open junction boxes in basement"?

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#159485 - 01/26/07 12:43 PM Re: Can you think of a better term
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Actually that's exactly what I put as a description. Was just trying to think of a summary type task heading

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#159486 - 01/26/07 05:35 PM Re: Can you think of a better term
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Misc. Code Compliance

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#159487 - 01/26/07 07:40 PM Re: Can you think of a better term
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Remediation of work by others.
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