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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - John Shorb
Resodding the entire front lawn is a standard final act of home improvement in numerous real estate "flipping" cable shows. But is this a smart investment - and if so, what is involved in terms of time, money and maintenance?
Mrs. Shorb agreed, pointing out that resodding may not be the best bet for absentee owners who are selling.
"Instant green is always good," he said.