Relocating from one side of the lake to the other shouldn’t be that difficult, or at least you would think.

Moving from the east side to Seattle has proven that assumption incorrect.

The utilities are different from neighborhood to neighborhood, the service providers options are different from street to street, and there is no definitive source for reliable information.

Manuvering through the mazes of beauracracy takes almost more time that it took to move cross country. Why can’t utility providers share information anyway?
Was this the promise of deregulation?

Now instead of having a single provider for service, when I complete this task I will have 4.

I doubt this is the last difference I will find between Seattle and the east side as I embark on this adventure. Stay tuned.

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