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Pool Under Wires #110960
08/14/06 10:31 PM
08/14/06 10:31 PM
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Local citizen had the alley behind his house "vacated" so he could use the two properties he owned, that were located on each side of the alley.

City agreed.

Later that year I saw why he wanted the properties to be continuous.
He decided to put his pool there.
He does not have the clearance required by 680.8 (25 feet / 7.5 m)

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Re: Pool Under Wires #110961
08/14/06 10:40 PM
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I assume the city doesn't know about the pool? One snapped wire and there may be a new ordinance. And what's with all the bottles hanging out on the side of the pool?

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Re: Pool Under Wires #110962
08/14/06 10:53 PM
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Potentially electrically heated pool???
There are a lot of places I have seen where just the O/H drop to a building passes over a pool but then again the city probably does not know about those either...
Oh ya them bottles... Appears they are being used as weights to keep the winter cover pulled taught, too bad it looks like the cover has already fell in or is in the process of doing so.. Gonna be a messy spring start up!

A.D

Re: Pool Under Wires #110963
08/14/06 11:32 PM
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Larry Fine  Offline
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A.D., you've gotta work on those hiccups!


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Re: Pool Under Wires #110964
08/15/06 07:13 PM
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Looks like a nice comfy beer drinkin' couch in the back yard there too!!!

Re: Pool Under Wires #110965
08/15/06 10:56 PM
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It looks like an old van back seat.


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