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I had a customer that lived in a small suburb here and parked his tractor in his driveway for nearly forty years a new guy moved in and complained so he started getting tickets. He retired and sold his house. He wasn't very happy about the entire mess.

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With all that material, it is time to be Bob the Builder!

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Don’t have that issue in my area,,,although most of Reno is home owners association don’t have any solution sorry hope you get it figured out...best of luck...bob


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On 8/9/2019 at 10:51 PM, 41chevy said:

Where our farm is in Riverhead Long Island the local code enforcement now uses drones to find violations. I have none. . . yet, but a few years ago my neighbor rototilled a design for the drones, apparently it will never go away til they plow and replant a large section.

 

It's pretty sad when they have enough time on their hands to hunt for silly code violations to ding folks on. My neighbor's yard looks like a trash heap and they don't bother her.

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The laws vary by state, county or even city, when it comes to the government looking at private property.

I have been told by multiple sources that in California the government is not allowed to use aerial photos, drones or looking over a fence unless there has been a complaint or they have legal probable cause. To a certain extent this is for the privacy of the hollywood types.

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I like your wagon work platform...a heck of a lot better than a ladder.

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Thanks it works great for everything but the peak .

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HOA's are the extreme of zoning regulations.  For people that DEMAND to be held to a higher standard.  I get it, to a point.  I don't want to live next to a total slob(in a city sized lot), but I don't want someone sniffing around if I leave a car parked outside overnight or telling me what color to paint my house.

Before moving out on my own, the last place we were at didn't have HOA, but it was an older allotment with "rules".   We tried to bring a small shed in and the neighbor behind us comes out yelling and waving an old paper saying "no outbuildings".   We told him that if he went around and told all the other people in the neighborhood to get rid of their sheds, we would.  That ended that.  Our original deed stated "no vehicles parked outside overnight".  Too bad, there were 3 vehicles and a one car garage.  We didn't have any real problems for the time we lived there.

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I can appreciate thier neighborhood,s but alotta times they go way overboard my area is the complete opposite....glad yo got it figured out...bob


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looks like a lot of head room!!   terry:MackLogo:

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Yes it is...but didnt know you could build that close to another structure,,unless of course you were adding to it...connecting...bob


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The two will be connected with a 10 wide x 9 tall  sliding barn door (split 5x9 doors) that roll on tracks in between the two buildings walls.  You can see the header for it in the new building right hand wall.

That keeps the heat and a/c in the smaller end of the barn.  Also I don’t have to go out in the snow to get the the taller end 🙂

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The two will be connected with a 10 wide x 9 tall  sliding barn door (split 5x9 doors) that roll on tracks in between the two buildings walls.  You can see the header for it in the new building right hand wall.
That keeps the heat and a/c in the smaller end of the barn.  Also I don’t have to go out in the snow to get the the taller end

Right on man looks like it’s coming along right nicely.....bob


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Going to be a nice shop! 

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The  F model looks comfortable in there. Nice work.

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