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Re: life IS good

No zoning here, pity.  The idiot's mother owns the property and she just thinks he's perfect and keeps subsidizing his useless behavior.  People in the neighborhood no longer patronize her restaurant, you think she'd get the hint.  But she caters to the local yokel cops to keep them from enforcing junk and noise ordinances.  Nice.  

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Margaret Lauterbach <melauter@earthlink.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 22 Dec 2002 08:53:56 -0700

>My guess is that they're renting.  Who owns the property?  My neighborhood 
>had problems with two guys with loud Harleys who let their large dog run 
>loose.  A letter from the neighborhood assn. quieted the bikes, and no more 
>roaring through the neighborhood at 3 a.m.  at a zillion decibels.  Haven't 
>seen the dog since then either.  Young men in our block used to have loud 
>parties every week, ending with drunks talking in loud obscenities .  A 
>letter to the parents (who own the house) straightened that mess.  I think 
>we could do more, since this area is not zoned for rooming houses or 
>apartments. I don't think all of the young men there are related, so that 
>would violate the zoning ordinance.  Hmmmm.  Margaret L
>>Not this bunch.  Stupid, violent tempered, lazy (not one job amongst them) 
>>rude, useless, obnoxious trash.  But the neighborhood as a whole is fed 
>>up.  Their days in this neighborhood are numbered...
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