James Freyr wrote:I've had some less than desirable neighbors in the past and in my experience, getting someone else to change and live like I want them to live has been a dismal failure. I have learned through observing others that filing suit against a neighbor never resolves a situation and appears to make relations and situations worse. In the past, I have packed up and moved away from churls, realizing that I can only make decisions for myself and I am in control of only my life. Moving didn't mean I caved and they won, but exactly the opposite- I was the victor. Is moving to a new location an option for you?
Mark Huntington wrote:
I'm two rooms away from a complete remodel of the home we bought 15 years ago, the plan is to sell next spring. It's more than just the burning. Central VT has gone to hell over the past 20 or 30 years. I grew up next door to the home we live in now, it's been sad to see the undesirables move in with their loud mud trucks, 4-wheelers, razors and dirt bikes everywhere, loud muffler on roughly every third car that goes by our house (we live on main street in a single paved road town).
Sorry to unload, I'm just not in a good place these days.
Ben House wrote:my view on property is this: they can do what they want it's theirs. Pig farm, junk yard, etc.