02:25PM | 01/28/04
Member Since: 02/13/03
16 lifetime posts
There is a very nice area of homes that are very conveniently located. They are about 80 years old. I was told there was a town garbage dump there that was closed 30 years ago and currently it is used as the town compost pit.

Any opinions about health issues coming from the former dump. Residents say that there have been no issues. How would I find out how the dump was sealed?
I really like the are but do not know if this is a problem. There are brand new development built around this area of expensive homes. I wonder if any studies were done about the former garbage dump or if people did not know it was there and never asked.


05:28PM | 01/28/04
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
1 statement (WATER HEALTH HAZARD)check into it,get water samples checked out by one that you choose.Bring a container to one of the homes for sale and get a sample to bring with you.
OK,2 statements what about resale value?Look closely at the pro and cons of this.


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