repair contractor used my lawn for his debris
I would like to know if this is standard practice--I would assume not. On Monday, July 19 a repair contractor dug up part of my lawn and installed temporary fiberoptic to fix a problem across the street. He left every pieces of wire debris on my lawn, the sidewalk, and street.
I'm sure the utility has the right of way to dig up the wire, but leaving trash all over other people's homes is NOT acceptable. On top of this, it looks like this person went out of their way to do the most damage possible to my lawn, and left the wire sticking up so I can not mow what's still growing.
I know this amount of damage is uncalled for because two months ago a different contactor was here fixing this same line and they had to dig up and tunnel under the street. Even with that extensive work, the people who did that job took care to leave my lawn looking like almost nothing had happened. I've spent a lot of time and money to have a good looking lawn, this kind of carelessness is not appreciated.