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Construction Journal December 2003

We got the official call from Bob at Canyon National Bank that the loan is ready to fund. Mark and I let out a huge sigh of relief.

We had submitted the plans at the end of November and two weeks later they were returned for corrections. We were actually quite pleased that it was so quick. We had heard horror stories about how difficult the county was to work with and that they took absolutely forever. So far with us, they were great. The corrections were a couple for engineering and then a ton for codes. When we hired Audrey she was about to submit plans to Riverside County for another client. Unfortunately, the clients decided to put it on hold, so she had not worked with this county before. We sent the plans back to her and Tony for corrections.

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