Pulling Monuments

July 8, 2008
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Posted By Lamon Miller on 7/7/2008 at 8:59 AM
We created a subdivision for a client two years ago. Most lots have 80-100' widths. One person buys 4 lots and wants us to resubdivide in 60-70' wide lots. Of course the exterior monuments will be good but would you pull the origional interior monuments so that they will not be confused with the new lot layout or just show them as origional lot line monuments?
Some of the new corners will be within 5-7' of the old corners.
Modified By Lamon Miller on 7/7/2008 at 8:59 AM

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