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5 thoughts on “Why This Seller’s Backyard Stash Is Giving Neighbors Nightmares”

  1. As long as the yard is fenced I think the neighbors should stick their noses in someone else’s business. Maybe I don’t like all the junkers they have parked in the driveway that don’t run. Or the smell of all the dog crap laying around in their backyard from their dogs.

    1. If you watch the video you’ll see that the back yard is easily visible from the street. It looks like a dump. It is a dump! Would you like living next to that? How about if you’re trying to sell your house for the highest possible price, with that dump next door? Hmmm?

      When living in a civilized society, there are rules and responsibilities. Not turning one’s property into a dump, in a populated neighborhood, isn’t too much to require of its residents. Dumps eventually become health hazards, with potential animal and ground contamination issues.

  2. This seems to be a bad governance problem.

    They should have zoning codes to cover situations like this and if they don’t then it is a problem for local government and the voters to solve.

    Once that is fixed the rest will fall into line.

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