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Saturday, May 28, 2005

Community Bulletin Board at Runaway Bay
Tops 100,000 Hits a Month Today!

Obviously, not just the folks at Runaway Bay are turning to the CBB for hot information!

The hot topic this week is the City of Runaway Bay Public Water System (PWS) sale of water to Grand Harbor. Seems like the folks at Runaway Bay are just discovering that they will be providing water to Grand Harbor and many are not sure it’s a good deal for their city.

Another issue brought up some time back on the CBB is the continuing issue of high levels of water contaminants brought about by the chlorination process that can lead to serious illnesses such as Primary Biliary Cirrhosis. According to the PBC Foundation, Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC) is a slow, chronic liver disease which can cause progressive destruction of the bile ducts in the liver and can lead to cirrhosis. In end-stage PBC, the person has severe liver failure, and transplantation will be considered.

New residents of Grand Harbor would do well to use a Reverse Osmosis filter on their drinking water to remove the contaminants.

See the permanent link to the Community Bulletin Board at Runaway Bay in the links at the bottom or this page.


Texas has highest foreclosure rate in Nation!!!

According to today’s Fort Worth Star Telegram, the “Dallas-Fort Worth area rate tops the nation's major metro areas. . . . In Texas, a home could legally be foreclosed in 21 days; in New York, a home might take more than a year to foreclose.”

Although the article does not address non-judicial foreclosures, (which take even less time), much of the statistics have to do with Texas HOAs and POAs ability to use non-judicial foreclosures when homeowners fail to pay their fines or assessments.

See this article and other important information for HOA/POA buyers in the Texas Homeowner Association News

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