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City of Tedsville- Part 2- Sotsby Village Neighborhood Revisited



Remember this:


Well now its time to see how it looks now.


Food Lion and Best western are now open in Sotsby Village.The neighborhood is growing and expanding at a phenomenal rate. When construction began both were built at the same time- both completed just weeks apart- now the newly constructed buildings do business on a daily basis. They open in mid February- and do quite well in there new location-


With the road now complete more high dollar homes go up- and up and up- Many are panned but so far only 1 in underway- By law rather then wood framed housing- those in earthquake zones like the entire metro area are steel framed. This helps them stay anchored to the ground- And thus make it easier to stay in your home during a quake- The area is also tornado prone and at least once a year hurricanes pass through this area just 50 miles from the ocean. No wonder steel is used.


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