Monthly Archives: February 2010

Wildlife Photo’s from around the Pond

I have been watching the Ducks and Geese and they are staking out their nesting spots. It wont be long before we see this years new ducklings and goslings! Shelly and I have collected photos of several birds and other … Continue reading

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Boating on the Pond

Every 3rd of July is the annual Fireworks Party and their are plenty of rafts on the water. My Nieces & Nephews love to watch the Fireworks from a raft because you see the Fireworks above as well as the … Continue reading

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>2010 May be the Year of the First-Time Home Buyer

>2010: The Year of the First-Time Buyer?According to the Chinese calendar, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger. But in real estate, 2010 may come to be known as the “Year of the First-Time Home Buyer.” Mark Zandi, chief economist … Continue reading

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Why Does the Water Level Change So Often?

We asked our Reasearch Representative George Mierisch to look into this and this is what he found out. “IT SHOULD NOT CHANGE”Subject: RE: Mill Creek pond levelDate: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 11:38:46 -0600From: KCollins@slco.orgTo: georgemierisch@hotmail.com Hi George- My understanding is … Continue reading

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2009 Fall Clean Up Project

Our Beautiful Pond collects a lot of debris. There’s a natural dam that form’s by Terrell’s backyard. The County would eventually clean it up, but we decided to take on the responsibilityfor cleaning up our backyard Pond and to keep … Continue reading

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>Salt Lake Board of Realtors in the News

>Real Estate Sales Up, Prices Not So Much “Sales soar, prices skid,” was the headline in the Salt Lake Tribune’s Jan. 28 issue. The story featured the association’s quarterly Housing Market Report, which tracks home values and sales in nearly … Continue reading

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>First-Time Homebuyer Credit Extended to April 30, 2010; Some Current Homeowners Now Also Qualify

> IR-2009-108, Nov. 24, 2009 WASHINGTON — A new law that went into effect Nov. 6 extends the first-time homebuyer credit five months and expands the eligibility requirements for purchasers. The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009 extends … Continue reading

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