After weeks of battling we ended up having to move the TT. Took it the the storage lot yesterday, my 3 year old son came completely unglued when we left the lot because we were suppose to stay and camp in it. He was extremely upset the rest of the day. Think I could sue the city for undue mental duress?
I am so sorry. I hate what things are getting to in this day and age. People think that they should have control over others property just because they don't like something. I understand if something is actually affecting them or their property, but not because they don't like it, or some theoretical "property value". We had a neighbor who called the police on us because when we mowed our lawn we got grass in the road, and we live in the country! Our problem worked out for us, but only because there weren't any laws they could use against us, not because it wasn't right. Again, I am sorry for what you have to deal with.
Find out the number of the city ordinace that was supposedly violated, and write that number in big letters in their yard.
Round up will bio-degrade and the grass will eventually return. Salt, on the other hand, is what the Romans did to their enemys fields, and they never came back.
Not a suggestion, mind you, just a bit of history.
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That sux brutha !! I feel your pain. Does your City code say thou shalt not park an RV in a residential area or is it more generic like mine which states thou shall not park any vehicle over 72 hours upon a City street? If you've got the 72 hour rule, I'd pull that bad-boy right back in the same spot...while waving to the old hag down the street who called.
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