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Bruce W 06-05-2011 08:25 PM

Renters with a daycare center - WONDERFUL combo. :roll:nono:

Is the property "zoned" or are there covenants that ALLOW a "business" to operate there? ;?

Talk to the renter AND the OWNER - be SPECIFIC about the violations to your property, and be specific about your intent to shut them down if it doesn't improve - IMMEDIATELY!

Call the police EVERY time they violate your "no trespass" sign - they'll get tired of the calls and have their OWN talk with the renter/daycare owner.

And go ahead and put the fence up - they probably won't correct their own problem in the long run.

And folks wonder WHY "renters" get a bad rap ... :roll


ABoater 06-06-2011 11:47 AM


Good stuff right there!

Check with your local Code Enforcement dept. They (if you have one) will probably have a home occupation ordinance that would either require permits ($$$) for a daycare or at least would prohibit the picking up/dropping off of kids (excessive traffic for a residential area) as well as signage and noise ordinance violations.

That's an easy fix around here. One letter and they would be out of business. ;)

Are you in an HOA area? They might have rules too.

Plus, I would put up a fence anyway...

Good luck!

Fl Fisherman 06-06-2011 12:57 PM

Ask them to split the cost of a fence If they are good folks they may.

LI Sound Grunt 06-06-2011 01:05 PM

Bruce is right renters cannot possibly have a legal daycare center. But Also, I did a quick read and see some stuff was deleted, but did you talk to the owner , and what did he say?

Fl Fisherman 06-06-2011 01:14 PM

Ya might think about the liabilty if one gets hurt on your side

CaptKennyW 06-06-2011 04:57 PM

No the deleted stuff was declared non-PC by the FB gestapo. I havent talked to the adult over there I cant honestly say if there is one. So many cars come and go Im not really sure who the renter is. I might talk to the land lord next time I see him if this keeps up though.

emgag 06-06-2011 05:08 PM

Just do what Bruce W said and be done with it. Talk to the one in charge of the property, put up a fence. Geez! Not that big of a deal.

buzzellc 06-06-2011 06:02 PM


If you live within the Norfolk City limits contact

Bureau of Neighborhood Quality
400 Granby Street, Norfolk, VA 23510
I work for a similar agency in Milwaukee. These departments are generally complaint driven. Call them up and make your complaint, they will send out a Code Enforcement Inspector to check out the compliant. If there are ordinance violations the Department will contact the building owner and give him the oppurtunity to correct them.

Good luck

Clint0721 06-07-2011 04:05 PM

Buy some land in West Texas. My nearest neighbor is almost 6 miles away.

Dulcecita Lures 06-07-2011 05:09 PM

Originally Posted by Clint0721 (Post 3804912)
Buy some land in West Texas. My nearest neighbor is almost 6 miles away.

Unfortunately, the ocean is 6 hours away!


FireFly 06-07-2011 05:15 PM

I like rosa ragosa (sp?) As a fence....they will not go near it

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