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Originally Posted by LK
Setting a temp pole, and service, is not a choice, it's a utility requirement, here in jersey. It's also not a business decision.


So you charge for it then right?


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When I set a temporary service for a construction project, yes, I charge for it. Why wouldn't I? I have several temporary service poles, both UG and OH, and they are all in constant use. Some are on jobs where I am the EC. Others are rented out to jobs I am not contracting.

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Exactly, it is business.


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