Fencing blocks popular roadway

Full story: Richmond Times-Dispatch

If fences make for good neighbors, everyone on Dan Circle should be happy. They aren't. Late last month, Jean R. Short erected fences on her property at the end of a narrow road in her lakeside neighborhood.

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The Cleaning Lady

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Aug 23, 2006
 
I think that if she stayed the proper footage away from the property lines, as codes call for, that she is well within her rights to put up a fence. Unless there is an ordinance against fencing I think she should get to keep her fence.
Resident Clarksville VA

Raleigh, NC

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Aug 30, 2006
 
The Cleaning Lady wrote:
I think that if she stayed the proper footage away from the property lines, as codes call for, that she is well within her rights to put up a fence. Unless there is an ordinance against fencing I think she should get to keep her fence.
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Good News! The fence is now open and the loop road is accessible, not blocked anymore.
Paula-Marie Toone

Durham, NC

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Apr 23, 2009
 
The woman in question [the road blocker] is now deceased. Case closed.

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