Here's another one going to jail
1st: what a crappy neighborHave'nt seen the garden the thread is about.Can't visit the site,but some peoples garden looks like crap and if you live in a community that keeps their lawns and yards up ice then I can see where it would be a problem.When in Rome do as the romans do so to speak.We live in the country where nobody has less than 10 acres,most have more than 100 ac..But one person came here and put all their animals in front yard.Our porperty values took a $40,000 dive.The fool would throw goat heads in the middle of the dirt roads and put together a shed made out of all kinds of junk materials.If its in the back yard out of site go for it but not in front. Everyone that came down the road said"WHAT IS THAT'?Something you'd see in the worse parts of country they came from.Before they came the dirt road and yards looked great.Since they left it looks great again.Although property values don't mattter that much anymore its still nice to live where people take pride in their n-hood.
if you do grow a front yard garden in a subdivision be sure its neat and has some ornamentals mixed in.
Thanks for the picture,thats a nice looking garden.Maybe a picket fence or something to hide it some would be better.Where my kids live it would'nt last a day,but neither would I ,thats why I don't live in subdivisions .:dunno::wave:1st: what a crappy neighbor
2nd: are you sure the dive was solely due to that, or did it coincide with the property bubble?
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Thanks for the update!If you haven't heard, they dropped the charges against her (at least for now). But they are trying to get her for unlicensed dogs... of which she has the documentation to prove they're licensed too.
Oak Park Drops Gardening Charges Against Julie Bass, Goes After Her Dogs