A new process in Florida has found a way to clean up the mess left behind by a fence that has been broken, a report says.
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Director Kevin Larkin said in a statement Tuesday that the agency has identified the fence at the end of a fence gate in Gainesville.
It has been a labor of love to get it fixed, Larkin added.
The fence was broken by a dog and Larkin’s team discovered a hole in the top of the fence and had to cut it in half to make it easier to get the gate back in place.
The agency says it has not yet received a request for more fencing, but is working with its contractors and the county to get one up.