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Radon levels In Lincoln, NE

Posted 01-08-2020 at 08:35 PM by ch1

Originally Posted by Aredhel View Post
Nebraska and Iowa both have issues with radon, due to the type of soils here. You just need to test for elevated radon levels (especially in basements) in any property you plan to purchase, and have a radon mitigation system installed if the levels are elevated. It costs about $2,000 to install a mitigation system, and such systems are highly effective at eliminating the problem. You can make paying for mitigation a responsibility of the seller in your purchase offer. So it’s not something
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Advice, tips to reloacate

Posted 01-08-2020 at 07:15 AM by twinMom2018

I have twin boys that are 2. Do they have head start programs there for preschool? What age do they start ? If not, I get daycare assistance from the govt? Are there waiting list?

Originally Posted by shonas View Post
I live in Cary NC (Raleigh) for past 4 years and love it. The Wake county schools are one of the best. You also have option to choose from traditional and all year round schools as per your convenience. Quality of life is very good especially if you are a single mom very
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