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Subject: Re: Legal Question: New Neighborhood Date: 3/10/2000 12:45 PM
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Steve,
Do unto others, as they have %#$@!*& you.

I'm owner of a design/build business, and I've remedied this kind of problem before. People of this inconsiderate nature have invaded your privacy in a substantial way, which I feel is much worse than any lost valuation.

Build a "screen" of some type. Tie it into a custom swing set or gazebo structure. Use your imagination. Hire a designer in your area if your stuck for ideas.

With urban sprawl and all the un-neighborly people that come with it, your always going to have someone like your neighbor trying to maximize his views in whatever way they can. He may not be a bad person, just in-sensitive to what bad house-siting can do.

Try not to strangle him. I know, it's hard. Good luck.
George
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