A Facebook post said…
“Stop by an OPEN HOUSE this Sunday May 18th, 2-4pm
3302 Hunter Cove Dr.
Arlington, TX 76001-6638
This lovely five bedroom home sits on a large lot in a beautiful neighborhood. It features a great open floor plan with fresh paint and carpet. there is also plenty of parking or play space with the oversized driveway and side entry garage. Allan Saxe Park is just a few blocks away. Your family will fall in love with this beautiful home.For map and more photos go to: http://www.stillbrothers.com/inventory/homeInfo.php?id=330“
In viewing the TAD mineral valuations at http://www.tad.org …
Now back in 2011 when they had to pay taxes on this $300 sub surface minerals valuation….I’m sure that didn’t amount to much in taxes owed, but in retrospect of TRYING to sell this home in 2014….I would protest the SURFACE valuation being that the home is now near a high impact, toxic, industrial site with GOD ONLY KNOWS the future plans for this site’s expansion should LNG exports take off and the price of NG goes sky high.
Here is a link to conversations about protesting subvaluations/minerals… http://eaglefordforum.com/forum/topics/suggestions-for-effectively-protesting-county-taxes-on-mineral
I’ll apologize to the home owners and the real estate agents for this blog post only if they get on board with helping me fight fracking near our homes and rental properties…here is a video at Lake Arlington of how these storage tanks like to vent….heres hoping to constant winds at all times in Arlington frackland Texas!
The same owners may have moved to Mansfield and are still downwind…. but not as close…..but still unknown is how far the toxins fall out at? It depends on meterological conditions and what the weight of the different effluents.