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SLACK

Ludington, MI

#41 Aug 24, 2013
tallyho wrote:
you don't need a sign ...law is law . have it towed again and again ..
by-law cops are for the purpose of ....
you live in Canada?
A bylaw enforcement officer is a law enforcement employee of a municipality, county or regional district, charged with the enforcement of non-criminal bylaws, rules, laws, codes or regulations enacted by local governments.
This terminology is commonly used in Canada and some other Commonwealth countries. In the Canadian province of Ontario, bylaw enforcement officers are generally titled municipal law enforcement officers, and in Newfoundland & Labrador, the term municipal enforcement officer is also used.
In the Canadian province of Alberta, municipalities can appoint bylaw enforcements officers under the authority of section 555 and 556 of the Municipal Government Act. There is a common misconception that all bylaw officers are community peace officers[citation needed]. However, a person appointed as a community peace officer can only enforce provincial acts and regulations. A community peace officer is not authorized to enforce municipal bylaws
you don't know if contracts were signed that could have binding arbitration

take a nap pops
SLACK

Ludington, MI

#42 Aug 24, 2013
Blue_Eye_Gemini wrote:
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Excuse me??? I am being friendly and what was said was funny! If you want friendly like, look at your #25 post!
dude, kep up

I was saying that putting cameras up is an unfriendly juster

please excuse my cryptic writing
SLACK

Ludington, MI

#43 Aug 24, 2013
Tutor wrote:
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Move ? What if she can't move for whatever reasons ?
I would just put the cones out in my driveway, with a friendly note attached. No need to have a house party for this or anything.
never said house party, dude don't put words in my mouth

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Since: Jan 07

Indianapolis, IN

#44 Aug 24, 2013
The bigger question is why can't people park in their driveways? Where I grew up everyone parked in the drive, many built garages and parked in those.

Driving down that same street today, it's lined with cars and empty driveways. You have to zigzag down the street to get around them. The garages are still there, so what are they, stuffed with stuff they don't have the courage to part with because they've bought too much other stuff?(Cue George Carlin)

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#45 Aug 24, 2013
SLACK wrote:
<quoted text>dude, kep up
I was saying that putting cameras up is an unfriendly juster
please excuse my cryptic writing
I'm not a dude and I am keeping up!
Charles Street

Portland, OR

#46 Aug 24, 2013
Tutor wrote:
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Now that's VERY aggressive, but then who pays for the tow-truck ?
Tow truck takes car to his lot. Car owner must pay for the tow plus daily lot fee to get car back. It'll learn him for sure.

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clap your hands!

#47 Aug 24, 2013
A note on the car, you block the trash man from taking the trash again, I'll just start putting the trash on your curb. LOL.

Seriously...I think the best suggestion would be to put up a "do not block driveway or vehicle will be towed at your expense" sign and then follow through.
Charles Street

Portland, OR

#48 Aug 24, 2013
Uh Clem wrote:
The bigger question is why can't people park in their driveways? Where I grew up everyone parked in the drive, many built garages and parked in those.
Driving down that same street today, it's lined with cars and empty driveways. You have to zigzag down the street to get around them. The garages are still there, so what are they, stuffed with stuff they don't have the courage to part with because they've bought too much other stuff?(Cue George Carlin)
You must not get to the city often. Family of 5. Three teens, 4+ cars.....

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#49 Aug 24, 2013
tallyho wrote:
you don't need a sign ...law is law . have it towed again and again ..
by-law cops are for the purpose of ....
you live in Canada?
A bylaw enforcement officer is a law enforcement employee of a municipality, county or regional district, charged with the enforcement of non-criminal bylaws, rules, laws, codes or regulations enacted by local governments.
This terminology is commonly used in Canada and some other Commonwealth countries. In the Canadian province of Ontario, bylaw enforcement officers are generally titled municipal law enforcement officers, and in Newfoundland & Labrador, the term municipal enforcement officer is also used.
In the Canadian province of Alberta, municipalities can appoint bylaw enforcements officers under the authority of section 555 and 556 of the Municipal Government Act. There is a common misconception that all bylaw officers are community peace officers[citation needed]. However, a person appointed as a community peace officer can only enforce provincial acts and regulations. A community peace officer is not authorized to enforce municipal bylaws
I'd rather not publicly say where I'm from; I live in a suburban part of a city; they let the by-law officers deal with issues relating to land disputes, neighbourly disputes, land or property damage. If anything really criminal happens or if I'm in downtown city core, then the cops get called in.

“Fluffy arctic foxes”

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#50 Aug 24, 2013
Uh Clem wrote:
The bigger question is why can't people park in their driveways? Where I grew up everyone parked in the drive, many built garages and parked in those.
Driving down that same street today, it's lined with cars and empty driveways. You have to zigzag down the street to get around them. The garages are still there, so what are they, stuffed with stuff they don't have the courage to part with because they've bought too much other stuff?(Cue George Carlin)
One of my other neighbors moved in, and he lives about 10 blocks from another neighbor A's house, and he dropped his moving truck at A's place and walked 10 blocks carrying a 100 boxes for about 2 hours...why the hassle of walking 10 blocks when he has an empty driveway that could fit the truck, i have no idea...

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#51 Aug 24, 2013
NotaGoth wrote:
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I'd rather not publicly say where I'm from; I live in a suburban part of a city; they let the by-law officers deal with issues relating to land disputes, neighbourly disputes, land or property damage. If anything really criminal happens or if I'm in downtown city core, then the cops get called in.
this isn't a civil dispute should a city ordinance
SLACK

Ludington, MI

#52 Aug 24, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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this isn't a civil dispute should a city ordinance
put the bottle down pops
SLACK

Ludington, MI

#53 Aug 24, 2013
Blue_Eye_Gemini wrote:
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I'm not a dude and I am keeping up!
<sigh>

it was a joke, I'll stop now

“....VETS”

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WELCOME HOME

#54 Aug 24, 2013
your foot has been in your mouth so often you has a athlete tongue

now be sharp... show your IQ
SLACK

Ludington, MI

#56 Aug 24, 2013
tallyho wrote:
your foot has been in your mouth so often you has a athlete tongue
now be sharp... show your IQ
sure pops

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#57 Aug 24, 2013
NotaGoth wrote:
I've moved to a new neighbourhood about 4 months ago.
All is fine and dandy, but I have a problem:
When it's garbage pickup day, neighbours like to park right in front of the curb, preventing garbage from being taken and obscuring part of my driveway. I have to go to work during most days, so I don't I have time to put my garbage elsewhere...if I dare to move the garbage to my neighbours' curb, they'll give me an evil eye.
Garbage pickup is every 2nd week...The people who park in front the curb happen to be people who live 5 blocks away, and their own driveways and curbs have no cars....
I don't know everyone that well...I know about 2 people on my street, and they agree that it's unfair.
Since I recently moved to my area, I don't want to known as the jerk neighbour, so calling the cops is a no-no...
I like the suggestion of putting a friendly reminder note on the windshield.
If that doesn't stop the passive aggressive parking then use a little passive aggression of your own...
Stack your garbage bags on the hood or trunk of the car.

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