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July 03, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter El Gobernador Wolf recuerda a los residentes de Pennsylvania: “Las máscaras son obligatorias” Español, Press Release, Public Health “Las máscaras son obligatorias al salir de casa”, recordó hoy el Gobernador Tom Wolf a los residentes de Pennsylvania.“Especialmente cuando comienza el fin de semana largo del 4 de julio, es vital que todos recuerden que las máscaras son obligatorias y deben usarse al salir de casa”, dijo Wolf. “El virus no se ha ido y el uso de máscaras es un esfuerzo de mitigación obligatorio que sabemos que funciona para detener la propagación”.La Secretaria de Salud, Dra. Rachel Levine firmó una orden que obliga a usar máscaras el miércoles pasado. Permanece vigente.Las preguntas frecuentes sobre la orden sobre el uso de máscaras se pueden encontrar aquí.View this information in English.
This dual living property is for sale at 16 Weston Court, Bellbird Park.When Kathryn and Marcus Backway built this dual-living investment property two years ago, they knew they were on to a sure thing.The property at 16 Weston Crt, Bellbird Park, has never been empty and currently generates a solid rental return of $520 a week.One of the kitchens at 16 Weston Court, Bellbird Park.It’s two homes on one 402 sqm title — a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom home.“We knew dual living was the way of the future,” Mrs Backway said.“You could put a family in one side and elderly parents in the other, or a young family could live in one home and rent the other one out to help pay the mortgage.”More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The living room at the larger house at 16 Weston Court, Bellbird Park.Each home is currently rented out to separate parties.Mrs Backway said the couple were selling to pursue other investment opportunities interstate.Tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, the property is in a high growth corridor with infrastructure close by, ensuring a solid investment.One of the bedrooms at 16 Weston Court, Bellbird Park.Inside, the homes feature a modern design with tiled, open plan living areas, carpeted bedrooms, separate entrances and fenced yards.Both kitchens feature stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances.Unlike some duplexes and townhouses, there are no body corporate fees.One of the bathrooms at 16 Weston Court, Bellbird Park.The property is also lower maintenance than owning two separate rental properties.Mrs Backway said the majority of inquiries had so far come from investors, who recognised the growing appetite for dual living as the population aged and downsizing became more popular.“I think it will only continue to grow as the demographics change,” she said.