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Old 04-09-2013, 10:12 PM
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Looking for someone to take over 2 nice lawns in Easton Md.

Both lawns are about 20 thousand square feet in a nice neighborhood across the street from each other. Scope of work includes weekly mowing, with bed maintenance, back yards need to be bagged, Full lawn fertilization plan, with aeration and seed in fall, mulch beds in spring, fall clean ups, periodic shrub trimming.
Nice people, known them a long time. The mother is the other house. I had a contract for a fast food chain for the past 4 years with one in Easton, but lost the account this year. Easton is an hour away from the bulk of my work and these two yards are not enough for me to make that trip.
If anyone on this site works in the Easton, Maryland area, these 2 accounts would be a good addition.
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Old 04-09-2013, 11:18 PM
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It would be a decent thing to do if they can't find a replacement to carry them through to the end of the season, I realize whether that's financially possible is another story... Perhaps getting in with a property management company and get just enough work out that way to make it worth while?
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Old 04-10-2013, 08:46 PM
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It would be a decent thing to do if they can't find a replacement to carry them through to the end of the season, I realize whether that's financially possible is another story... Perhaps getting in with a property management company and get just enough work out that way to make it worth while?
Yeah,
Problem is I notified them in December.
Denial can be a terrible thing. LOL!!
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2005 F250 6.0 Diesel
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2008 F350 Stake body 6.4 Diesel
1992 Chevy 1500
4 Boss snowplows
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3 Grasshopper 223 61"
1 Kubota ZD 331 72"
1 Toro 36" W/B
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1 Wright Stander 52"
1 Massey Ferguson 1428 Tractor
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Old 04-10-2013, 10:06 PM
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Yeah,
Problem is I notified them in December.
Denial can be a terrible thing. LOL!!
Oh well no if that's the case then you've done everything you can.
Appreciate this thread as well.
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