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Thu Nov 13, 2014
Michael Carpenter answered:
Trails West, website Of course affordable is debatable for many. If this is not what you had in mind feel free to contact me and I can discuss what may be suitable for you. ... more
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Wed Feb 5, 2014
Leigh-Jo Anzures answered:

It ultimately comes down to the landlord. It could come down to a case-by-case basis. You'll want to call ahead to the property management companies and landlords that you have interest in to see what their criteria is.

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Mon Oct 19, 2009
Susan Blank answered:
The Convention and Visitors Bureau will have information you are requesting at -also the City of Las Cruces at as well as the local police department. ... more
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Wed Aug 12, 2009
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Thu Feb 12, 2009
Greg D answered:
As has already been said, your lease agreement is still valid no matter who the owner is.
However, remember that your lease agreement has a fixed term (usually 1 year), after which they can choose to discontinue the lease. Has your lease agreement expired? If it has, then it's probably switched over to month-to-month, in which case either of you can terminate the lease agreement at any time by notifying the other in writing. ... more
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Tue Jul 10, 2007
Bruce Lynn answered:
Are you in a new neighborhood or old?
1. Check with neighbors.
2. Is there an HOA? If so contact the Landscape committee or attend an HOA meeting.
Squeeky wheel gets the action in my experience.
3. If there is no HOA, go to the building department at city hall. Talk to staff and see what insight they can give you. Find out who owns the land? If it is the city, then you'll need to work with them. If HOA then HOA, if it is the developer, then you probably have to go back to the city or council to pass legislation to get the developer to act.
4. If it is the city and they don't want to install or maintain, get a group of your neighbors together and volunteer to do it for the city.
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