Municipal and Private Operation of Public Utilities; V. 1 General Conclusions and Reports.-PT. 2. V. 1. Reports of Experts-United States.-PT. 2. V. 2.

Municipal and Private Operation of Public Utilities; V. 1 General Conclusions and Reports.-PT. 2. V. 1. Reports of Experts-United States.-PT. 2. V. 2.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...does it show any of the fixtures. Norfolk. None at present, but one is being made. H 115. Who decides where underground structures shall be located in the street? II 116. Is a permit from a public authority required before street may be opened? H 117. Is a separate permit obtained for each opening? Wheeling. A permit is required before the street may be opened, and is obtained for each opening. There are no regulations as to the location of underground structures in the streets. Atlanta. Permits are not required, but are taken out as a matter of courtesy; generally a separate one for each opening, but at times general permits covering whole streets are taken out; for instance, when searching for leaks. In regard to underground structures as far as gas pipes are concerned, the company decides, except for a verbal agreement with the water department that as far as possible the gas pipes shall be laid on the south and east sides of the streets. Norfolk. Permits are not required by law, but as a matter of courtesy they are taken out, a separate one for each opening. The company can put its mains in the streets where it pleases. PURCHASE OF SUPPLIES. H 118. Who places the orders for material, and who governs the placing of orders? Wheeling. Small orders are placed by the superintendent, large ones by the trustees. Atlanta. The purchasing agent and the superintendents of departments, all orders being reported to the general manager. Norfolk. Orders are placed by general manager or assistant manager on requisitions from various departments. II 119. Were contracts advertised? Wheeling. Not publicly. Atlanta, Norfolk. No. H 120. What system was used to check quality of materials and weights or measurements of shipments? Wheeling. All supplies are weighed...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236486013
  • 9781236486011