But we’ve consistently found that communications providers are not very interested in repairing damaged boxes, at least on their own. They jump if we report it to them, but they could never be described as proactive.
Clearly, he doesn’t know how it works.
We went there and found a box that looks like it was mowed down by a vehicle, with wires protruding from it that may or may not be live; there’s no way to tell for sure, and damned if we’ll bite into them, just to see if there’s a current.
To add to the mystery, we couldn’t find anything on the box or inside it to identify the company responsible. And given their lack of concern about damaged boxes, we can’t help but conclude that it’s deliberate.
STATUS: Without any identifying markings, we not sure who to report it to. So we’ve asked the city if it can check its records to see if it can come up with a name, so we can ask the company responsible to fix it.
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