Utilities
In Puerto Vallarta
Jalisco, Mexico
As A City Place

A public utility (usually just utility) is an organization that maintains the infrastructure for a public service (often also providing a service using that infrastructure). Public utilities are subject to forms of public control and regulation ranging from local community-based groups to statewide government monopolies. [from wikipedia]
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Disconnected
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(Date Photographed: 12:11:45 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
(Date Published: Wednesday 7 March 2018)
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An electric power meter with the meter missing and the electricity disconnected.


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Power Meter
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(Date Photographed: 12:13:29 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
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An electric power meter (also called a weatherhead) in place on the wall of a building.


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Water Meters
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(Date Photographed: 12:13:32 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
(Date Published: Wednesday 7 March 2018)
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A pair of water meters were attached to pipes set into an alcove that faced the sidewalk.


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Individual Meters
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(Date Photographed: 12:13:36 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
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Two apartments were present and each had its own power meter.


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Video
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(Date Photographed: 12:14:01 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
(Date Published: Wednesday 7 March 2018)
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A rats nest of video cables rose from a pipe in the sidewalk and the fed off to rooms in various directions.


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Telephone Wires
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(Date Photographed: 12:26:14 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
(Date Published: Wednesday 7 March 2018)
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Up high on the side of a building, several telephone cables were coiled and fed to various rooms.


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Telephone Box
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(Date Photographed: 12:26:18 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
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A telephone box was screwed to a wall, and individual telephone cables run out from it.


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High Tension
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(Date Photographed: 13:56:38 Tuesday 23 January 2018)
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High tension cables ran high through a tropical forest and were, at this place, carried down to an underground feed.


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