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Yes, but I'm having a hard time finding the project heights, floors and status' since the info is not always readily available in the threads for some reason. Another forumer offered to help with those so I'll have them moved over soon.
I've been out of town for some weeks and now this site seems crazy and complicated to use. Am I the only person that finds this weird?
The old site required skipping across things from Seattle that I didn't want to read although it was easy to scan and one stop shopping...Now things are compartmentalized and it isn't at all friendly..or maybe I just don't understand how to use this place yet.
Would anyone be interested in making a thread about the projects that have recently been completed if for nothing more than reference sake? There are tons of separate threads on here for projects that have been completed & are now dying a slow death.