Milt Heywood, right, an Imperial Harbor resident for five years, looks around the neighborhood as a storm approaches Thursday.  His neighbor, Hap Garrett, background, is one of over a dozen homeowners selling along Imperial Harbor Blvd.  'It's time for a change,' says Garrett, who plans on moving back to Illinois after 22 years.  Heywood isn't concerned and sees the home sales as part of a cycle of older homeowners and a depressed economy.

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Staff

Milt Heywood, right, an Imperial Harbor resident for five years, looks around the neighborhood as a storm approaches Thursday. His neighbor, Hap Garrett, background, is one of over a dozen homeowners selling along Imperial Harbor Blvd. "It's time for a change," says Garrett, who plans on moving back to Illinois after 22 years. Heywood isn't concerned and sees the home sales as part of a cycle of older homeowners and a depressed economy.

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