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Inside tips for the outside

Inside tips for the outside
News from Pakenham Cardinia Leader:

HOW often have you driven past a home that has an “open house” sign outside and wandered in? Maybe you weren’t thinking of buying, but you thought you’d be nosy.

Strangely enough, many homes have been bought by people who have been curious.

Although your home has been advertised and promoted, you should still be trying to entice other people to come and look.

The property has to look exciting. How do you achieve this?

Firstly, the outside area must be neat, clean and tidy. The lawn and garden must be well kept.

There can’t be cobwebs hanging under the eaves. The front door needs to be fresh, clean and bright. The entrance must look inviting.

Place a welcome mat at the doorstep and a medium-sized pot plant on either side. It will add to that first impression.

Even if you live in a unit you can make the entrance to your building look great.

Sweep the floor and clean from the entrance door up to and on your landing.

Hire some pot plants and put them in strategic places up to your unit. With a welcome mat and plants outside your door, your unit will stand out.

Making the entrance to your property look interesting will encourage passers-by to stop.

Once they are inside, of course, the inside must live up to what has been promised outside.

Each room must be neat and clean; there must be space…………… continues on Pakenham Cardinia Leader

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Poachers Busted by Tip from Operation Game Thief
News from KATC Lafayette News:

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division agents cited five men on alleged poaching violations in St. Charles Parish on Aug. 18.

Agents received a complaint from their Operation Game Thief (OGT) program of individuals cleaning freshly harvested migratory game birds and rabbits in their back yard. The agents responded quickly to the residence where they made contact with the alleged suspects still cleaning the game.

Agents cited Rico Hernandez, 45, of Bridge City, Yoan Hernandez-Casanova, 27, of Bridge City, Juan Munoz, 25, of Metairie, Miguel Farradas, 33, of Davie, Fla., and Yandry Almeida, 27, of Cutler Bay, Fla., for violating state migratory game bird regulations and possessing rabbits during a closed season.

The agents seized six whistling ducks and eight rabbits taken out of season. Agents also seized three guns which were in the possession of the suspects and believed to be used to illegally take the game.

State violations of migratory game bird regulations brings a fine between $ 400 and $ 950 and up to 120 days in jail. Possession of rabbits during a closed season carries a fine between $ 250 and $ 500 and up to 90 days in jail. If convicted, the men also face civil restitution in the amount of $ 413.34.

If someone witnesses or has information concerning a violation, they should call Operation Gam…………… continues on KATC Lafayette News

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