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What should be done with an in ground swimming pool no longer in use that will be environmentally friendly to neighbors and backyard?


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2004-10-30 17:53:05
2004-10-30 17:53:05

you can always have the foundation removed and the hole filed in. Thus creating a greater land space. The real problem with this question is that you have not given enough information. Where is the pool located, open area? enclosed area? is it for private use only or is the community at large envolved with this defunct pool? It seems that the plumbing already exist for you to make an incredible garden out of this area. Tell me more, dimensions and location, anything and everything.

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