Weeki Wachee family sees three sinkho...

Weeki Wachee family sees three sinkholes in eight months

There are 16 comments on the Hernando Today story from Jul 1, 2009, titled Weeki Wachee family sees three sinkholes in eight months. In it, Hernando Today reports that:

Two sinkholes had opened a few yards from the Ramirez house last winter and the couple grew furious with their insurance company.

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Greg

AOL

#1 Jul 21, 2009
Who is responsible for a home built on a sink hole that is having problems?
The developer
The contractor
The inspectors that give approval
The owner
round peg square hole

Tampa, FL

#2 Jul 21, 2009
let the buyer beware - ole english law

in this life - like getting a spouse

watch out

-

got a good lawyer - yeah! sure?
Spring Hill

Tampa, FL

#3 Jul 21, 2009
The property owner is responsible for all repairs.
The house is situuated on property they bought, and here in Florida sinkholes can open up anywhere, anytime, its a shame but thats the chance you take when you live here. Thats why its important to have insurance with sinkhole coverage.
Frank

Lakeland, FL

#4 Jul 21, 2009
Greg wrote:
Who is responsible for a home built on a sink hole that is having problems?
The developer
The contractor
The inspectors that give approval
The owner
nature is responsible for it, but the insurance company is the one who pays the bill.
round peg square hole

Tampa, FL

#5 Jul 21, 2009
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>
nature is responsible for it, but the insurance company is the one who pays the bill.
yeah - and you, buddy, along with rest of the cruds pay nice high premiums - hot shot, you ain't so smart
abcd

Hudson, FL

#6 Jul 28, 2009
That is what folks get for living on the coast and I do mean on it. Its too close to the gulf.
Dont people realize that what is built on the water will one day wind up in the water.?
Pappy

Tampa, FL

#7 Jul 28, 2009
abcd wrote:
... what is built on the water will one day wind up in the water...
where is this written?

not biblical nor provincial?

but it was said here..... oh my!
abcd

Hudson, FL

#8 Jul 29, 2009
Pappy wrote:
<quoted text>
where is this written?
not biblical nor provincial?
but it was said here..... oh my!
I dont know if it is written anywhere, but look at the coast of California. The houses go into the Pacific. Look at East coast of FL. Look at the panhandle of FL. Look at the outer banks of North Carolina. The houses are going when the sea is coming and trust me, its coming.
DeniseDWhitehead

Queens Village, NY

#9 Jul 29, 2009
I wanted to move to Florida more than any other place in the US, but now I'm not so sure. I just returned from Texas and it's beginning to look great. The people there are wonderful. I have till January to make up my mind.
suggested

Tampa, FL

#10 Jul 29, 2009
Try places out
Rent never buy

years back stationed in tx - ugh!
years back stationded in Ia - wow!
years back stationed in ny - hmn!
years back -------15 places - 1/2 a ok

now

3, 3, 3 sometimes 4 months here there haven't often cried

but then what will be said by your kid
DeniseDWhitehead

Queens Village, NY

#11 Jul 29, 2009
She's almost 18 and will be attending West Point Mil. Academy near Bear Mt., NY.

I don't need the 5 bedroom house anymore. My life is supposed to get just a little bit easier at this stage. If I have to work I'm interested in becoming a part time X-Ray tech. It involves a 2 yr school. It's inside and clean work.

I need a man like I need a horse. They look good but they're all nuts.
Spring Hill

Tampa, FL

#12 Jul 29, 2009
Hell, Denise with Mayor Mike sending all the homeless to Florida, you would feel right at home down here. Please before you decide, take a hard look at the area you would like to go to, research, reseach and visit, stay awhile if you can. Once you uproot its hard to get back.
abcd

Hudson, FL

#13 Jul 30, 2009
Mike is sending them anywhere in the world they wish to go. Not just FL. Yep, you should really be sure about a move, it involves a major lifestyle change in most cases, especially NY to FL.
Spring Hill wrote:
Hell, Denise with Mayor Mike sending all the homeless to Florida, you would feel right at home down here. Please before you decide, take a hard look at the area you would like to go to, research, reseach and visit, stay awhile if you can. Once you uproot its hard to get back.
G One

Tampa, FL

#14 Jul 30, 2009
DeniseDWhitehead wrote:
She's almost 18 and will be attending West Point Mil. Academy near Bear Mt., NY.
check out town of Central Valley, NY.... great town...... only about 1/2 hour to get to Thayer Hotel at the Academy....... town even has a camp for military brats from the Academy.......
DeniseDWhitehead

Queens Village, NY

#15 Jul 30, 2009
Middle class, taxpaying, working-slobs, don't get any trips from Mayor Bloomturd, but he gives airline tickets to the homeless crackheads who are leaches to society.

Rev Jesse Jackson was right.
DeniseDWhitehead

Queens Village, NY

#16 Jul 30, 2009
Thank you for the Central Valley info, It's now on my list of 'must see'.

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