• Throwing Snow In Neighbors Yard? Illegal? LONG!!

    From FrznTndra@21:1/5 to All on Mon Jan 25 00:01:05 2021
    That's it ! The "peaceful enjoyment of your premises" is under that Private Nuisance Law. Good to know.

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  • From John Doe@21:1/5 to FrznTndra on Tue Feb 2 23:41:18 2021
    FrznTndra wrote:

    You are entitled to a litter free property.

    If you took the snow from the neighbor that would be illegal.

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  • From sptblnd73@21:1/5 to All on Mon Dec 13 16:31:35 2021
    At bare minimum, he should ask her if it's okay with her that he does that. He's causing the problem by not respecting his neighbor's polite request. It DOES NOT matter if he or anybody else thinks it's petty, it's her home and her right to protect it
    and her property.

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  • From Snow Bound@21:1/5 to All on Wed Dec 29 11:45:02 2021
    Wow, I realize this is old, but communities with a LOT of snow spececifically pass ordinaces against just such unneighborly actions. It's kind of like keeping your dog poop on your own yard -- because no one else wants it.

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