There's no getting around it - it's an ugly pole. And often, as its battered sides show, there are some who aren't getting around it. The pole sits farther out than it should in the intersection of 94th South and Seventh East, and many people turning right have accidentally hit it, Sandy Mayor Steve Newton says. "People turn too sharp, and it scrapes down their right rear door, their right rear fender and takes their bumper off." Now, thanks to some complicated arrangements involving the city, a landowner, a developer and the Utah Department of Transportation, the intersection is being renovated and the pole is going to go. It will be replaced first by a new pole farther back from the intersection and eventually by modern mast arms that will support new street lights. "It should have been gone a long time ago," Newton said.