Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Hazardous Slopes & Dozing Dopes

Interesting, that it's a lone voice on the North Carolina Conservative website, calling on the state to do something about forcing sellers of mountain land to disclose known hazardous slope conditions prior to sale.

That plaint will become more resonant next month when the North Carolina Geological Survey releases its hazardous slope maps for Watauga County, which according to advance reports will show over 100 existing homes in Watauga County built on unstable sites.

The White Laurel destruction of 2004? That was nothing.

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