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RE:vacant lots

  • Subject: [cg] RE:vacant lots
  • From: JSBMH2@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2002 21:37:51 EST

Hi Brad,
First, be sure to get a legal lease on the land.  Three years minimum, 10 
preferred.  Without that the changing stature of the land may make it 
attractive to others who will leave you heartbroken.
Water is very important.  If your tapping into the 'progressive 
organizations'  water, put it in writing, they may not be progressive, or 
there, later on.
Some of the most magnificent community gardens are on abandoned lots, just 
make sure you are on firm ground before you start a long time commitment.

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