1. David DeWell07/24/2006 04:22:53 PM
not sure what the laws are there in MD but I would suggest that you issue the company that is doing the contracting (and your neighbors) a trespassing warning to not leave vehicles on your property or you will call the police to have them removed from your property. I think you will find that the easement is for thoroughfare and not for "parking"
2. Turtle07/24/2006 12:06:58 PM
Further update: had a long talk with the neighbor yesterday, in which he agreed to let me know when people would be down there, which he did. However, this morning I found his dumbass contractors parked on my (not the neighbor's) lot, so I'll have to send them a note and remind them, or go down and bitch at the contractors myself. There's a pretty clear distinction between my lot and theirs, so you'd think these guys might notice. Just because you're working on the neighbor's place doesn't mean you can park anywhere you like...
3. Patrick M07/21/2006 09:24:52 AM
Ah, the ME generation. Lazy, selfish, entitlement minded pricks.
Shove it to them, Turtle.
4. Gregg Eldred07/20/2006 10:54:07 PM
Why are young people so clueless?
Oversimplification: it is all about them, damn the rest of us.