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Vandalism around treehouse update
Submitted by tremontsoul on Fri, 05/28/2010 - 10:52.
Once again our maintenance we hired (exclusive of treehouse) which has been maintaining our property on an as needed weekly or bi-monthly basis for 10 years has had their hands increasingly full picking up trash--broken beer bottles, glass, pizza boxes, and other items around treehouse on our property. Not only does this create a very hazardous situation, but invites strays on the property.
We had removed the posts placed without our permission which prevented us from using and enjoying our own property; (as they mysteriouly re-appeared) had them removed yet again at our own expense. I have notified the councilman and TWDC several times of these and other infractions, still awaiting a response and discussion on appropriate action to curtail these activities.
If there is anyone that can guide me to departments that may possibly be more accessible and effectual in this process please let me know.
I am very confident that the councilman's and TWDC's promotional posturing and promoting statements of creating a beautiful streetscape which includes by all admission a greenscape to compliment the cities intense drive for a green initiative would be welcome with open arms and would be very supportive of that vision and charge we are leading for our property.
To maintain use and prevent damage, noise for the neighborhood we had reinstalled tow signs on our property and removed the wood posts that were again replaced preventing access to our own property 2 days ago on tues ,,, mysteriously they were ripped out and discarded as of thur. This definitely took some effort since they were heavy concrete based and set in the ground. Is this the type of activity that residents allow? There already is an outstanding court order. I'm sure there are many watchful eyes out there.
We had the signs replaced today-- and mysteriously the four wooden posts that we removed have reapeared---again blocking any access to our property