Re: RE: FOOTERS!!!!! by Robert Adams (Looking good. That w...)
(08-22-2019, 12:35 PM)Robert Adams Wrote:    A friend of mine in Oklahoma bought some property and it's two seperate plots. His shop is going to be built on one of them and the shop on the other. They said he can't build his shop on the other piece of property because it doesn't have a house on it. Now that's moronic...

he should check to see if he can get the lots combined into one lot.  here he could.

  Re: RE: FOOTERS!!!!! by crokett™ ([quote='Robert Adams...)
(08-22-2019, 12:49 PM)crokett™ Wrote: he should check to see if he can get the lots combined into one lot.  here he could.

          It's two tracts of land I forget how many acres and that was the first thing he tried and they wouldn't let him. All the locals said just build it and go on as that's what everyone else goes through there. Even many of the officials he has talked to have said that as well as there is a disconnect between state. county and city there and none of them cooperate with each other. One of the nice things about texas is if you are out side city limits you can just build what you want though septic tanks require a permit unless the owner does it themselves and there are rules to that and wells require a permit fee.
  Re: RE: FOOTERS!!!!! by Wild Turkey ([quote='Snipe Hunter...)
(08-21-2019, 07:44 PM)Snipe Hunter Wrote: That's going to be some shed

(08-21-2019, 10:01 PM)Wild Turkey Wrote: Shop's already finished and filled. 



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