There is a rule from 2000 stating that you cannot store a boat in your carport. But the last letter that I sent them I asked if I could keep my boat in the carport if I was using it and if I was not going to use it for an extended time I would put it on the other side of the fince. Also in the same rules it states the park will provide us with storge space but they donot.
I have had 3 back surgeries . The last two were 2 years ago in the same area that my first surgery in 2004 was. My doctor told me and this information was turned oner to Kodak who I worked for and I was put on Long term disibility. I was not able to work. I have restriction of no more that 15 lbs that I am to pickup. If I porget and pick up more my back gives me a fit. I am also on SSA disibility.
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