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Dealing with Neighbors

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RitaRose1945:
You would also need to know if there are any easements connected with the property, especially when we're talking about water flow.

darkwingdave:
Or you could live next to this person..   :-\
http://www.kitsapsun.com/story/news/local/communities/mason/2016/12/16/belfair-womans-80-dogs-prompt-neighborhood-clash/95458234/

RitaRose1945:

--- Quote from: darkwingdave on December 23, 2016, 12:47:50 AM ---Or you could live next to this person..   :-\
http://www.kitsapsun.com/story/news/local/communities/mason/2016/12/16/belfair-womans-80-dogs-prompt-neighborhood-clash/95458234/

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"The former owners of the Waters’ home, who lived there for a decade, eventually did warn Waters about the neighboring dogs, but not until after the sale had gone through.  'We had no idea,' Waters said.  Waters claimed that the previous owners told her they threatened Carnahan with a lawsuit if she didn’t hide her dogs when the Waters came to inspect the home before purchasing it.  Carnahan backed up the claim."


That's pretty messed up.


FrugalFannie:
Good on getting a trail camera up. He has no right to enter your property to "put you in compliance" with an ordnance/law.

On the dog barking issue, since he is keeping a log you should too. Since your husband works from home, log it. Mention to the neighbor that if he hears your dog barking to ask him to call or visit immediately so you can rectify the situation. Log all calls of course. If he fails to notify you and then claims your dog was barking for an hour next Tuesday and your husband was home working, you can call him out on that. Who sits in their house while the dog is barking for an hour? right? Perhaps you can log when you hear other dogs/coyotes barking/howling as well. You shouldn't HAVE to do this but he is making it necessary IMO.

CPT Morgan:

--- Quote from: FrugalFannie on December 23, 2016, 09:35:41 AM ---Good on getting a trail camera up. He has no right to enter your property to "put you in compliance" with an ordnance/law.

On the dog barking issue, since he is keeping a log you should too. Since your husband works from home, log it. Mention to the neighbor that if he hears your dog barking to ask him to call or visit immediately so you can rectify the situation. Log all calls of course. If he fails to notify you and then claims your dog was barking for an hour next Tuesday and your husband was home working, you can call him out on that. Who sits in their house while the dog is barking for an hour? right? Perhaps you can log when you hear other dogs/coyotes barking/howling as well. You shouldn't HAVE to do this but he is making it necessary IMO.

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Great idea.

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