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ok,,, going to go and check out some places in Va,, near Virginia Beach. Any one live near/around there? Anything "special" I should look for? Also,,, someone, awhile back,, posted back to me,,, said they lived in Kalamazoo, Mi. If this person could email me back,, I would appreciate it . STAN
-- Stan (email@example.com), August 26, 2000
Uh, maybe you should look for something hurricane resistant.
-- Notforprint (Not@thekeyboard.com), August 26, 2000.
I live in south central VA., near to the NC border. One thing I would recommend is to find out if the area you're interested in has low level military planes flying overhead. This is a big problem not only at the beach but other parts of VA too. In northern VA the booms rock foundations and crack them in some cases. I want to also let you know that summers a very very hot and muggy with temps in the 90-100 range. Then there are the hurricane issues but those are not a big problem if you are sensible in your construction and preperation. Other than that VA. is a good state to live in, its a commonwealth so laws are a bit different from other states. They are phasing out personal property taxes and there are no school taxes to pay as in many sts. up north. Hope this helps.
-- Bernice (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 27, 2000.
Are you moving or just going for a visit? That would make a difference. We lived in the area for six years. Let me know and I'll fill you in.
-- Margie B (email@example.com), August 27, 2000.
Hello Stan, We live about 1 1/2 hours north of VA Beach. The winters are mild and the growing season long. Very hot and humid. I love the beach and it is so close (20 miles). We live on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, 2 miles from the VA border. There is alot of land here and room for growth. Alot of rural areas. Good Luck. Karole
-- Karole (Biz3boymom@aol.com), August 28, 2000.