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Before the event, a group of about 20 protesters had been parked in a private parking lot just outside the fencing of Harrisburg International Airport.
That’s about 700 mile[s] of fencing, other measures as well.
Fresh Coast planted the trees earlier this year and recently won a $20,000 Legacy Foundation grant to spruce up its perimeter with attractive fencing, signs and flowers.
Red Mountain Entertainment's plans for the concert include site fencing, security, two entrances, a sponsor village, food trucks, beer stands, ATMs, restrooms, a medical tent, a viewing area for disabled people, a UAB merchandise booth and more.
Along with the fencing, Gabel said the Friends have been working on another attraction for next summer.
That includes 32 miles of new border wall and 28 miles of a new levee wall in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, and 14 miles of replacement secondary fencing in San Diego.
Just outside Windhoek's picturesque downtown in an industrial area near Namibia's largest brewery sits a sprawling warehouse complex guarded by closed circuit television cameras and high fencing.
The fencing is the most visible sign of preparation for the wall work — the first step in the Trump administration’s controversial quest to construct hundreds of miles of new wall along the southwest border.
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