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Old 05-30-2016, 07:38 AM
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Good morning again

I started the below Long Meadow Farms thread. Some of the questions may be more geared towards Richmond in general.

Does anyone have knowledge about the satellite image of a large land mass on Skiiner Rd, east of Oyster Creek? Looks like a possible small quarry or landfill?

Concerns about buying in an x zone? I know that lenders do not require flood insurance, but does it effect resale?

There is an unfinished road in Long Meadow Farms. It just dead ends into a piece of property off of Skinner Rd. The plans show no future development, but the road just ends with a red and white barricade. Does anyone know why?

Does anyone have any knowledge of projects that may impact Long Meadow Farms? Such as large power lines or commercial development on Skinner road?

Thanks for your help

Sorry for the double post

We are looking to move to Long Meadow Farms. I would love to hear input from those who considered the community and those who currently live in the community.

Pros? Cons?

Why you didn't choose the community? Why you did choose the community?

Concerns about living in an x zone?

Is there any proposed projects that would negatively effect the community, power lines, commercial development, roads, ect...?

Does anyone know why Winding Path Way just ends? Does anyone know what is being developed on the attached land?

Also, on a satellite view it shows some type of landfill or quarry just west of Oyster Creek. We drove by it, but it has no official markings. Anyone have knowledge as to what it may be?

Thanks in advance for your help
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Old 05-30-2016, 01:20 PM
Location: CA--> NEK VT--> Pitt Co, NC
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I didn't see the thread on LMF, but we chose not to move there because I wanted to stay closer to 59 for a faster commute to work. I despise 99 and all of the people driving slowly in the passing lane. Not that that doesn't happen in other places but at least there are more lanes to get around those rude drivers.

Also, a lot of our shopping is done in Brazos Town Center or Sugar Land/Hwy 6. South Richmond was the better choice.

LMF is lovely though. Hope you find the right fit.
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Old 06-02-2016, 07:13 AM
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Thank you
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