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Fri Sep 6, 2013
johnl7539 answered:
The home was constructed before 1978, and for those who have flood insurance, getting the altitude resurveyed (about $ 350) might save a pretty penny to you in your flood coverage, but will not assist with wind or homeowners.

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Wed Sep 4, 2013
Persis Behramsha answered:
Hello Ms. Puga,

A few years ago I hosted one in Cullen Park and had to contact the park to find out what their requirements were. There was a small charge to rent a pavillion and while I do not recall anything about Pinatas, I do remember that they had time specifications. It is best to check out the new rules. Much also depends on which park you are interested in.

It was definitely a lot of fun. Enjoy!

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Mon Sep 2, 2013
bailie2009 answered:
There is a fall ball and spring ball league - you can get more info on
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Joshua Mcbride answered:
Shrewbury is a very easy commute. I am licensed in both MD and PA, so please let me know if you need help selling your current home! Josh
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
Olja Mihic answered:
You already got an answer below, but I just wanted to add that few associations on the west shore have buoys you can rent very inexpensively if you are a home owner in those neighborhoods. Chamberlands and Tahoe Park are the two popular ones, so if you are not a member of such an HOA, and need a buoy, it is a great time to trade up. I have several clients doing it.
The HOA fees are also very reasonable. In Tahoe Park it is only 260/year (plus buoy rental).
You can search all the west shore properties here by clicking on the area of the map:
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Aaron Wilson answered:
To the ski areas. Alpine Meadows is probably my favorite because depending on where you park you can "ski in ski out" and let your dog run on the snow right next to your car!
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
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Wed Jul 17, 2013
Josh Lowery answered:
It is easy to locate playgrounds, ball parks and pools. Native parks and boat ramps are also available as are plenty of golf courses.
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Wed Jul 10, 2013
James Callas answered:
I did not see the first answer but concur with Mr. Roberts. The two in Beaumont are free to the public.
Also there is a Bayou (Brakes Bayou) that we used to fish in when we were very young. Lots of perch, lots of Gar, and lots of large turtles. This is tricky to access but go to Pine Street turn on to Marina St and stop before you get to the bridge that crosses Brakes Bayou. Park and carefully make your way down to the waters edge. This at one time was great fishing. Be careful but enjoy the cypress trees and natural settings near the bridge. I have put in a canoe here and paddled up the bayou and otters about a mile or two up stream. Very nice for a place nestled inside the city limits. Good Fishing! ... more
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Mon Jul 8, 2013
Wesley Harper answered:
There are trails all over Omaha. I got online and googled trails in Omaha and found that there's map's you can look at. There are some hiking trails outside of Omaha about thirty minutes away. Cant remember which way or the name of it though. Sorry ... more
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Sun Jul 7, 2013
Josh Barnett answered:
Just because the "For Sale" Sign in not in the ground does not mean the owners will not sale. Email me at and place the question in the header and I will call and we can go over the game plan to get you what you are looking for. ... more
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Mon Jun 24, 2013
Mark LeMenager answered:
You posted this in Kissimmee and Nokomis is a long ways away from here. Try posting again from the community.
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Mon Jun 24, 2013
Daniel Fisher answered:
Good afternoon, Mashon:
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Sat Jun 22, 2013
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Wed Jun 5, 2013
Nancy Riccio-hiltbrand answered:
There are a few parks in Waterbury. Some are home to organized sports and other activities.
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