by David Galland, Casey Research:
There is a saying that “good fences make good neighbors,” and I think there is some truth to that. In our case, the “fence” between us and our neighbors while our children were growing up was a patch of woods serving as a no man’s land between our properties.
Unfortunately, the problems with the neighbors, whom to protect their identities I will call the Lolos, didn’t have to do with fences or even patches of woods, but about the road running down the side of their property – the only way in to our small development. You see, even though they had sold the road easement to the developer, it seemed apparent that they never expected the road to be built. Regardless, they still considered the land it ran over as theirs (and, I guess, technically it is).
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