Here's my problem. I cut a couple of industrial accounts that have narrow boulevards. Last fall the province ran a fibre optic cable in the boulevard right of way. Tore up the turf, laid the line and backfilled. This spring they came back and sprinkled a little seed. The ground is SO soft. There are trucks (semis) coming and going all the time. They've been driving up onto the boulevard and creating so many ruts it looks like crap. I'm not in the contruction end, only the cutting and maintenance so I really don't have the equipment to fix it. The owners aren't willing to pay to fix it. One rut is literally 3 feet deep and about 10 feet long. I don't know if I should stake out the turf and put up a rope to keep the trucks off or what. Any ideas? I can't even get the mowers in as I'd be chewing up my blades on the clay and gravel. The string trimmer makes it look like crap!! I'm really upset about this 'cause it makes the boulevard look like crap. It used to be a nice long well maintained area. Now it's full of potholes beacuse idiot truck drivers can't make a turn in the road!!!