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February 26, 2009

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Kenneth

Rick-

You omitted the most compelling feature for doing what you suggest.

Most such houses/offices that I have seen are zoned multi-use. Once it's time to sell, you have a far wider pool of potential buyers since you could sell it to someone looking for a residence or someone looking for an office.

Chuck Newton

Dude, your grass is dead.

rickgeorges

Dude:
I am an environmentalist. We have drought in Florida. We are only permitted to water the lawn one day a week. I consider it a waste of a valuable natural resource. What kind of greenie liberal are you, anyway?
:-)
Rick

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