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Yes they did. I was notified that at closing that this area was designated wetlands. So, I hope that doesn't mean that it's buyer beware and I shouldn't have bought it is I didn't like the regulation that comes with it. I'm hoping that the principle of "controlling" private property regardless of whatever local laws are passed in not constitutional. For if the govt can pass laws that give them power to control private property for whatever reason - why would they ever need to purchase property? Why not just control private property?