Fixing light poles


Nick Moloey, of Sidney, prepares to remove lights from a light pole that was cut down at Custenborder Field on Wednesday, March 10. In August 2020 an inspector determined that seven of the over 50 light poles at Custenborder Field needed to be replaced. The seven poles have been cut down near their base. The remaining stumps were left in place to prevent water from filling the holes they would have left behind. The stumps will be removed when the new poles are ready for installing. The old lights will be attached to the new poles.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nick Moloey, of Sidney, prepares to remove lights from a light pole that was cut down at Custenborder Field on Wednesday, March 10. In August 2020 an inspector determined that seven of the over 50 light poles at Custenborder Field needed to be replaced. The seven poles have been cut down near their base. The remaining stumps were left in place to prevent water from filling the holes they would have left behind. The stumps will be removed when the new poles are ready for installing. The old lights will be attached to the new poles.

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Nick Moloey, of Sidney, prepares to remove lights from a light pole that was cut down at Custenborder Field on Wednesday, March 10. In August 2020 an inspector determined that seven of the over 50 light poles at Custenborder Field needed to be replaced. The seven poles have been cut down near their base. The remaining stumps were left in place to prevent water from filling the holes they would have left behind. The stumps will be removed when the new poles are ready for installing. The old lights will be attached to the new poles.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_SDN031121LightPoles-1.jpgNick Moloey, of Sidney, prepares to remove lights from a light pole that was cut down at Custenborder Field on Wednesday, March 10. In August 2020 an inspector determined that seven of the over 50 light poles at Custenborder Field needed to be replaced. The seven poles have been cut down near their base. The remaining stumps were left in place to prevent water from filling the holes they would have left behind. The stumps will be removed when the new poles are ready for installing. The old lights will be attached to the new poles. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News