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Burlington, VT

#22 Sep 19, 2013
Wrong! Pictures of property are used in courts of law every day. The Town itself takes pictures. Police take pictures. Sometimes people take pictures of just certain objects or items, like junk and submit them as evidence.

Perhaps that is exactly what the neighbors should do. Although, only they and their family and friends, and supposedly the Town care. The rest of us couldn't care less--these places just make for jokes and fun.
What

San Diego, CA

#23 Sep 19, 2013
I don't understand. Which 'her?'

I also don't understand why she isn't in prison when her sister in-law said that she is going to prison?
Maybe wrote:
They aren't going to ticket her, they know why it's there. If anything they should ticket her.
Maybe

Ardsley, NY

#24 Sep 19, 2013
What wrote:
I don't understand. Which 'her?'
I also don't understand why she isn't in prison when her sister in-law said that she is going to prison?
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They should ticket SL. It's her crap and her children's things, that she insisted be put out there because she had arranged for someone to haul it to her one bedroom shithole apartment.
What do you suggest the dwellers of the house do? If they bring it back in they will be accused of stealing it. How do you think the kids like seeing their own toys, but can't play with them. How would you like to be 2 or 3 and find your dresser outside, with your clothes in it but you can't touch them. It's not all fun and games. Every single person associated with that place works their ass off in one way or another. You have no idea, you really don't. You people are so God dammed judgmental!!
jo jo

Hartford, CT

#25 Sep 20, 2013
It is perfectly legal to take a photograph of anything as long as the photographer is standing on public property. If it's legal for you to stand there, it's legal to take a picture.
What

San Diego, CA

#27 Sep 20, 2013
Wait. How many people are living there in the first place? Someone said that this was a HUD house, which is supposed to be for one family only. Houses bought through a HUD program are NOT meant to be rooming houses or rentals.

Sounds like a case of fraud, again.
On looker

Ticonderoga, NY

#28 Sep 20, 2013
This is not a HUD house.
What wrote:
Wait. How many people are living there in the first place? Someone said that this was a HUD house, which is supposed to be for one family only. Houses bought through a HUD program are NOT meant to be rooming houses or rentals.
Sounds like a case of fraud, again.
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Burlington, VT

#29 Sep 21, 2013
Does it make a difference if it's HUD or another government/taxpayers funded program?

I know two different people who are moving off the street in the near future because it has become the "armpit" street of Ti. Sad.
On looker

Ticonderoga, NY

#30 Sep 21, 2013
No, it doesn't matter if its a HUD house or not, but the point of my post is that these ppl do pay a mortgage
WHO pics wrote:
Does it make a difference if it's HUD or another government/taxpayers funded program?
I know two different people who are moving off the street in the near future because it has become the "armpit" street of Ti. Sad.
Ok then

Crown Point, NY

#31 Sep 21, 2013
I do not know these people personally but since you do, if they pay a mortgage there is nothing anyone can do. From all that has been said, CPS must be aware of this group of people. I often see unwashed children and sick looking pets out front. What a shame for these kids!!
What

San Diego, CA

#33 Sep 28, 2013
Of course a mortgage payment has to be made. An amount based upon "income," for example. Like food stamps.

The point is that the taxpayers are funding the program and paying the bulk of the costs. Again and again and again.
What

San Diego, CA

#34 Sep 28, 2013
Then, why are these people not reported for animal abuse?
Ok then wrote:
From all that has been said, CPS must be aware of this group of people. I often see unwashed children and sick looking pets out front. What a shame for these kids!!
On looker

Ticonderoga, NY

#35 Sep 28, 2013
no one helps pay their rent, not an organization and nothing from the county, they pay the mortgage in full by themselves.
What wrote:
Of course a mortgage payment has to be made. An amount based upon "income," for example. Like food stamps.
The point is that the taxpayers are funding the program and paying the bulk of the costs. Again and again and again.
google it

United States

#36 Sep 29, 2013
Trespass wrote:
There is actually a law about taking pictures of ysomeone house. It's a trespassing law. If the owner of the house wanted to presue charges they could and probably would win. So if think before doing that.
yeah. check out google maps streetview and get back to me on that statement. you sue them and let me know when you win....
Just Me

Mineville, NY

#38 Sep 29, 2013
Trespass wrote:
There is actually a law about taking pictures of someone house. It's a trespassing law. If the owner of the house wanted to presue charges they could and probably would win. So if think before doing that.
No law says you can't take pictures from the street, just don't go on private property.....

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