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  1. 1

    Toff

    You dont need to be in a flood zone to purchase flood insurance which is underwritten by the government. Worth getting as its around $100.

  2. 2

    City-Weary

    As to why there may be 10-15 foot-tall stumps left: According to a certified arborist I’ve consulted with in the past, it’s considered a “best practice” as a leftover for wildlife habitats. The stumps at that height are considered “safe” (i.e. likely not to fall in storms).

  3. 3

    Tommy

    In this instance a house was built on that lot. The stumps were left high so they could be leveraged by a dozer and the root ball could be easily removed.

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