Monday, March 24, 2003

Give Me Strength
Well the idiot next door managed to get some garbage to the curb last week. Once again he neglected to break down a large pile of cardboard boxes, and so obviously they were not picked up. They sat on his curb until Sunday, when he apparently decided to just store them in his backyard until god knows when. The snow all melted, and I was suprised to see that the large cardboard box from his 52" television (which I thought he had managed to get rid of) is still there. I also saw him in his backyard with a friend the other day, gesturing towards the ground and the large tire ruts in the lawn. It does appears that he is planning on paving his entire backyard this spring. I'm guessing so that he can return to parking his car directly by his back door (saving that horribly long 50 foot walk every day). I'm going to wait until he is finished, and then call the city by-law inforcement office. A local bylaw states that a backyard must contain least 30% green space. This law is specifically to prevent people from paving over their entire backyard in order to fit in 3-4 parking spaces (or in this case since the idiot next door only has one car, just to park 50 feet closer to the back door).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You're such a douchebag. He pays for his home and his property taxes just like you. He probably works more than you. So his yard is not perfect, mind your own fucking business. I'd bust you in the mouth if you were my neighbor.