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I've searched Paulding Country ordinances, but haven't found anything specific about this issue. I bought my house 20 years ago. It's in a very nice neighborhood, just outside the city limits of Hiram (about 500 feet). There is no HOA, but everyone in the neighborhood takes very good care of their property. Most of my neighbors have lived here as long as I have. Most of us are very private. We don't socialize a lot, but it's friendly when we pass each other on the street. There are only about 30 homes on this dead end street and a couple cul-de-sacs. One way in, one way out. Shortly after the real estate bust there were a few foreclosures, purchased by investors. They rented the homes instead of selling. I have one very close neighbor, who is renting, whom I haven't met and rarely see, who works for FedEx. He or she (can't tell), parks the 22' truck right in front of the house nearly all day, every day. It's too tall for the garage, so maybe that's why, but it is unsightly. The truck rarely moves. It's seemingly always in the driveway. I can't believe FedEx allows their truck to just sit parked, in a residential neighborhood. I know they have GPS on it. Is there anything we can do to prevent this all-day commercial vehicle parking in our neighborhood? It's really making our end of the street look a little "low rent." And I get it if it's your job. I own a business in another county where commercial parking in residential areas is against the city ordinance. I pay to park our vehicles in an approved parking lot. Any ideas? Thanks!
Clark Howard on his 5:45 p.m. audio blurb on WSB yesterday weighed in on Delta's opposition to commercial airline service in Paulding County. He said the airline is being hypocritical by opposing the establishment of commercial service (and funding opposition against it) in Paulding, but complaining about their company being forced out of the second commercial airport serving Dallas, Texas. In short, Howard took them to task for complaining about the city of Dallas' move to reduce competition, yet have been working to reduce competition in their own backyard here in our own little city of Dallas. I couldn't find a direct link to the Clark Howard clip, but here is someone who shared it on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourvastephanie/posts/10204419924725459 And here's more on Delta and Dallas Love Field: Delta Air Lines directed to leave Dallas Love Field http://www.ajc.com/news/business/delta-directed-to-leave-dallas-love-field/nhYct/ Edited to add: (If anyone finds a direct link to the Clark Howard update from yesterday, I'll edit my post to include it.)
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