|sharon g ||
Posted 05-12-2004 at 19:47:17
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I'm not sure how they deal with it. We're renting. I do know the properties benefiting from the use are supposed to pay a portion of repair, but they don't.
The dear man at the compactor service mickey moused it three times, trying to make sure we had water. The well people finally showed up about the time the fellow was closing shop. They seem to have fixed the problem. I had to make many calls between the compactor company, the landlord's agent and the well company. I wish someone had stayed in contact with me to let us know what's up.
L.A. County is putting in sewers and water pipes along the street. Accomodating the builders. ERG. Seems if the property changes owners, the new will have to pay to connect to the pipes and sewer -- about $10,000 per house. Water is very expensive down here and many scams with the DWP.
I have found out that, since there are farm animals up here, the owner could get an exemption. We're being the "right of first refusal" on the property. Don't know when he'd be selling, how much, if he would divide, etc. His agent just asked the other day if we would be interested.