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DESPERATE FRONT YARD
WE HAVE ABOUT 1/3 ACRE IN THE FRONT THAT IS MOSTLY A NATURAL AREA. wE HAD ABOUT 30 DISEASED PINES CUT DOWN 2 YEARS AGO AND SINCE THEN WE HAVE HAD TERRIBLE RUN OFF, WHICH HAS IN TURN CREATED A TERRIBLE SINK HOLE IN MY NEIGHBORS YARD WHO IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE VALLEY IN THE NHOOD. I AM TRYING TO DETERMINE EXACTLY WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TO PREVENT THE RUNOFF/COLLECT THE WATER IN A DRY POND, LEVEL THE YARD SOME AND KEEP IT TO A MINIMUM IN COST AS WE ARE ADOPTING 2 CHILDREN FROM AFRICA. ANY HELP OR IDEAS WOULD BE GRET APPRECIATED.
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