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  1. Date: Saturday, September 5th Time: 12pm and 3pm Location: White Oak Park. Pavilion at the back of the park. Please look for the 4H signs. This meeting will be for Paulding County students, 5th grade to 12th grade, with an interest in joining the Paulding County 4-H Archery team. We will be going over practice and competition dates/times and places. We will also be providing a general overview of expectation for how our season will happen this year. In order to comply with the current guidelines for holding a group gathering, we will b
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  2. Looking GOOD! Hope you had a nice visit while in Georgia. Stay safe my friend! Cc
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  3. The Facemasks are FREE... therapy sessions will COST You! Cc
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  4. Not as often as you might think. Being a FedEx truck, I'm sure it moves almost every day, so not a permanent fixture. Personally, I'd be happy that my neighbors are responsible and hard working people. The OP's post had an air of snootiness in it, or at least that's how I read it. I don't see that the truck is bothering him.
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  5. JMHO - Let's face it, someone can find something that is "lowering property values" pretty much anywhere if they want to. Ask anyone who lives in an HOA community with zillions of "rules" which they will quickly claim are "to protect our property values!" Ever leave your garage door open for more than 2 minutes? You are lowering property values. Have a non-standard rabbit statue under your hedge? Nope, remove it! You are impacting Property values!! Next they want all the boats and campers removed from the property because they are impacting property values. Then your car can'
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  6. I rarely ever disagree with you, but this is one time. Commercial vehicles parked in residential areas basically tend to deflate property values. Or, put a lid on resale activity/vibrance.
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  7. We had the Marshals put one of these up because the buses and first responders could not make it down the streets in our neighborhood. I will have to say this was after months and months of Facebook post and mailed letters.
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  8. Sorry to sound like this, but why don't you mind your own business? The guy is trying to make an honest living and it isn't hurting you, so give him a break.
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  9. I think what caped was suggesting is that just a little effort at communication might let this be a minor issue worked out between reasonable people in the matter of an hour. Considering you're looking at least at hours of research over several days; and as it is a civil matter, even if you pursue it with legalese-sounding letters and paying for public notices, etc., you could be looking at an investment of time and potentially money greater than you may want or anticipate. If nothing else, setting the stage for a low anxiety meeting of some sort (cookies work a lot better than anger-laced no
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  10. RickB, The ball is in your court I mean video! ps. In case for whatever reason you can’t watch/read the video.... Your time is just as valuable as my time. If you wanna put the address in this post or text me I will go take the chocolate chip cookies to your neighbor with or without you my friend! I have no idea how to get there but I will need your assistance With that! Caped
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  11. Thanks for your input. But perhaps you missed that part that our neighbors don't socialize much. Or the part where I rarely see whoever it is that drives the truck. Since the truck is there all day, and I'm rarely here in the evening, I assumed this person works at night, otherwise I would knock, but I'm uncomfortable approaching a home where I don't know the inhabitants and if they work at night, I certainly don't want to wake them to give them cookies and make them angry. Perhaps you're unable to read between the lines of my initial statement, but thanks just the same. I understand that some
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  12. Yes sir, if I was the driver of that FedEx vehicle I would want my neighbor to knock on the door and express their concern . Especially if I did not have an H O A also I would like my neighbor to bring me cookies preferably either M&M or chocolate chip from any grocery deli and if you were to say to me.. hey, I brought these I’d like to meet you and break bread with you I have some things to talk to you about. I would listen to you with an open mind and heart if you use that terminology... Break bread! I’m sure if you go there with a pure h
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  13. 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
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