I thought I would make call to Huntington office to be sure and I was correct. The new boundary goes thru my property. I kind of wish there was an exception to the rule that if you owned property on both sides you still just go by one unit tag instead of two, is what it is. I really feel they did a terrible job on this issue this year compared to previous years of dma-2 tags. My reason is due to poor communication from PGC to the hunter. 4 days and saying again 4 days before license goes on sale they announce the mechanics of the new system. This is poor communication and I don't care who gets offended. I just had a phone conversation with an HPA member on here and wont mention his name. He lives close to my area and knows the rules as well as anyone but had no ides of this new system. I was able to enlighten him to be able to get his tags tomm. when license goes on sale. First the previous years of dma-2 tags cost everyone 6.70 resident or nr now they are DMAP costing around 10.00 for resident and like 35.00 for non resident. It kind of shows me it turned in to a money thing when you go to prices like this for a management tool. I could even tell talking to the dispatcher y-day it was confusing to them.