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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by NEW CITY LAWN CARE LLC, Dec 8, 2011.
I walked over for a closer look and it wasn't rutted or marked up at all..
hey, that'd be good for places where the cities are starting to charge a fee for the amount of impervious cover you have. It'd really cut down on the amount you would be charged for the parking areas.
How do you drive up the hill during the wet months?
Good question, looks like it may be a problem...
Hmmm a 5 car garage and grass that doesn't look like its ever been driven over. I call SHENANAGANS!!!
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Pictures taken directly from County website...
Reference Picture #2, wow you guys just don't believe anyone do you? Some of us are honest business men/people....
I have that on my property. Plastic grid. The material cost on that could easily be 20k.
Not what I thought I would see. around here a lawn driveway is a someone parked in the grass but were redneck's
I've seen that once before...a back access to a house on a steep hill that kept washing out. I know they do that for overflow parking areas sometimes too but never seen as the main access to a house.
Those are probably 500-600K houses in that area...