They should simply..... Plant some trees around these boxes. If they dig up the yard in front of your home, in keeping within the limits of the utility easements, they should make it look better, how much more will it cost for a few trees? they already dug the hole..
gaforcesUnited We Stand, Divided We Fall
Santa Cruz, CA
Tree roots cause problems and if they did plant them, they would be liable for damages.
run it over with a pick up, and drive away
Very adult of you.
Isn't it nice that all of this new technology, which by the way doesn't offer anyone anything more than they can allready get with cable or satellite, has to have these eyesores placed everywhere. I understand utility companies have easnemt rights. There is a telephone pole in my back yard which has power, 2 cable companies and AT&T phone on it, if they were to ever want to put those huge boxes back there, I wouldn't be very happy.
KA3SGM- -... ...- -PremiumReviews:
West Chester, PA
reply to cooperaaaron
said by cooperaaaron:They could always take a lesson from the Cellular Telephone Industry with their towers designed to look like trees.
Plant some trees around these boxes. If they dig up the yard in front of your home, in keeping within the limits of the utility easements, they should make it look better, how much more will it cost for a few trees? they already dug the hole..
Just paint the cabinet a brown/olive drab and attach a bunch of fake branches to it.
It might be the biggest and ugliest Shrub in the neighborhood, but at least they could say that they made an effort to camouflage the damn thing.
Maybe you could negotiate with AT&T to install some nice colored lights on it as well during the Christmas Holiday season.
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a333A hot cup of integrals pleaseReviews:
Rego Park, NY
·Verizon Online DSL
how's this for an idea?
go grab yourself a 300 baud modem while they last. plug 'er into the phone line. Bingo! you have teh interwebs, with absolutely no ugly boxes in the equation!
*/claps and cheers from the tree and greenback huggers club/*