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Thank you Dear Neighbour

Thank you dear neighbour for parking in front of our shovelled a path even though you have all the room in the world to park everywhere else. I also thank you for telling me you don’t give a crap when I kindly asked you if you could move a little farther back so that we could use the path that we shoveled. That someone has a disability and needs the help to get to their car. According to you, we are the bad neighbors. Just an FYI That when it comes to your party noise and your dog noise and your construction noise that it’s no more Mr. nice guy anymore. And you’re a dick.

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  1. If that’s all true…then yup. Definitely a dick move.

    If nothing else, good on you for trying to have a talk with him first before going to social media.

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  2. Nadia Frank Nadia Frank says:

    My 88 yr old grandmother lives in her house still and they keep grading snow so high in front that she cant step over. So she got the city to put up handicapped placards and voila. 1. No one can park there and 2. They have to keep it clear of snow.

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  3. I think Bylaw can help.

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  4. If you are disabled and have a placard, have the city put handicap signage/posts in front of that path. Then at least you can have bylaw handle your neighbour’s attitude. They also do it for free.

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  5. Drain the air from his tires don’t have to slash them or anything but can fuck with him a bit

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    • To request a accessible parking zone in front of your home, call 311. If you are not the property owner, you must provide written permission from the owner. There is no charge to install a accessible parking zone in front of a residence.

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  6. Brad Rose Brad Rose says:

    It is a jerk move no doubt, unfortunately you don’t own the parking space on the city street in front of your home. Not much you can do about it.

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  7. Maja Black Maja Black says:

    How is a person with a disability supposed to walk down that narrow path to begin with.

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  8. Some people have no common decency!

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  9. We had people who lived across the street from us do exactly the same thing!!!!!!! They were also dicks.

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  10. Gimme a call. We’ll put him on top of the windrow. Sideways.

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  11. Wait till it is cold and pour hot water into the door handles, locks and on the door edges and let it freeze so he can’t get into his vehicle without difficulty, repeat as necessary

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  12. I’m not saying do it… since it’s horrible and most definitely against the law but brake fluid all over his car would destroy his paint and make it all blow off the next time he washes it… or eggs thrown hard enough will leave spidery cracks in the paint…. good luck with your douche of a neighbour….

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  13. Get a handicapped sign it’s not hard to get, nobody can park there and they won’t pile windrows in front of the house.

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  14. Lois Sunley Lois Sunley says:

    people are so inconsiderate … had one of these neighbors for awhile he didn’t care either sad ppl are so selfish and self centered … some people not all …. like the ones that park or block handicaped stalls

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  15. I have jerk “neighbors” too. Lately there’s been a truck parked on the roadway blocking their driveway and it makes my backing out difficult in the morning because mine is unfortunately attached and right beside theirs. It’s almost like they measure to make sure they’re not encroaching by even an inch, and have a great defense were I to complain. Such asshats.

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  16. That neighbor gets the “super douche” award..they must be so proud.

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  17. People are completely ignorant when it comes to that. We have it happen all the time as well.

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  18. Shovel a new path and put the snow from the path in the bed of his truck?

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  19. Having trouble with a shitty neighbour? Call this guy ,Knut Johansen Willier. He’s tough as nails and wear a scary mask frightening this dirty bird youvhave as a neighbour. Plus he works for hugs

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  20. Phil Allard Phil Allard says:

    Shove a screwdriver into their tires every time they park there or bury his vehicle with snow so he cant get out

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  21. I used to have to deal with this as well. So disrespectful

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  22. So glad I have a driveway!!

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  23. Btw i have a great neighbor haha

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  24. Public street , public parking. Still a dick move on his part

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  25. Same thing at my house

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  26. Diane Wilson Diane Wilson says:

    Same happens to me too. I make sure that stretch between the sidewalk and the street is cleared since it’s my responsibility and I don’t mind if people stop there briefly to drop off/pick up (and even if I did mind, what am I gonna do lol) but when they just park it there for hours? Piss right off.

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  27. Ron Klatt Ron Klatt says:

    Shit like this is infuriating, I have a corner lot and this year had an abnormal amount of strange vehicles parking on my fucking sidewalks.

    I’m usually meticulous with my shovelling but these assholes made such a mess that shovelling became… well infuriating because of all the packed ice they’d create. Admittedly I haven’t been too quick to clean since the cold snap because of this but thankfully it’s getting warmer

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  28. We had neighbours that used to that. My dad would shovel an area so our grandparents could come and clients for next door would use it even though their house was free.

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  29. I’d shovel snow as high as you cold onto the vehicle

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  30. A strategically placed screw in front of their rear tire may bring you some satisfaction…
    Kidding….. or am I? Lol
    It’s a shame when people are so disrespectful to others around them… especially when they are your neighbour.
    Are they parted to close to a driveway? Curb? Fire hydrant you could get bylaw out?

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    • Graham Frost Graham Frost says:

      Its sad how many people think they are entitled to park in a specific place on a public street. You don’t own the road infront of your house, you arnt entitled to a spot. Grow up and act like an adult.

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    • But common sense says Someone took the time and effort to shovel a spot for a reason…. not for you to be a dick when there’s a whole street to park on

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    • not to mention they asked him if he could move a bit… you know? A neighbourly thing.

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    • Graham Frost true but no reason for person not to park in front of their own house, sounds like this person is having issues with the ignorant noisy neighbours. Called common curtesy.

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    • Graham Frost Graham Frost says:

      Pennie Wright I never said it wasn’t a dick move. However we don’t know if maybe that was the only spot avalible on the entire street. Maybe they didn’t want to be a dick but that was the only space avalible. I don’t like to take sides when you don’t know all the facts. All we know is street parking is public and this person isn’t entitled to a spot right in front of their house unless they take the steps to designate it handicapped.

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  31. I get what you’re saying but sadly there isnt anything you can do about it my neighbor does the same thing. Made it hard when my leg was broken.
    I just stopped maintaining the Blvd walkway….

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  32. Don’t touch the vehicle…then you would be in trouble

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  33. Yup some people are just ignorant Arses

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  34. Pooja Alysha Pooja Alysha says:

    dig another walkway and use the snow from that to fill in this one. Also the handicap parking sign suggestions are good.

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  35. Graham Frost Graham Frost says:

    Umm street parking isn’t assigned. As long as people don’t park within a certain distance of a driveway, stop sign ect you don’t own the street.

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    • Skye Brown Skye Brown says:

      Graham Frost agree however if the person has a placard and no front driveway they can apply to have signage put up and it will be enforce if someone without a placard parks there.

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    • Graham Frost Graham Frost says:

      Skye Brown possibly, but when my family had gone to bylaw/the city about designated parking for a house, the city laughed at us basically and said its not likely to be approved.

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    • Heath Bowen Heath Bowen says:

      Graham, there’s something else going on, there have been comments about not happening if there’s a front driveway, but my Dad has one, I have one, my neighbour has one.. all of which went in within days of putting in the request. Mind you I asked for mine to be put in a certain spot to be respectful to the neighbours.. and would have lined up my rear bumper to the sign, but the city just put it where they wanted.. centered on the sidewalk to the house..

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    • Graham Frost Graham Frost says:

      Heath Bowen well obviously if you have a driveway you dont need a no parking sign. Its illegal to park within a certain distance of thoes as is. My personal belief is street parking should be public and shouldn’t be alocated to people with disabilities. Its first come first serve. Its not because I’m heartless its just really going to muk up public street parking as more people find ways to get a special sign for their house with no driveway.

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  36. You know you can get a specific spot assigned from the city in front of your place if you have a disability parking thing ? I would look into that ?

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  37. Cindy Dato Cindy Dato says:

    U could always put your Garbage cans in front.

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  38. I live with the same problem. I get upset for 2 seconds than I remind myself it’s not the end of the world. If I was disabled I would contact the city and have a handicapped sign up. People are not mind readers, they could be visiting or whatever.

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    • Cassandra Ting call the city and ask about the requirements. You can not have a driveway, if you rent your landlord has to pay a fee, the list goes one. I have a placard and can’t get those signs put up for several reasons. Plus it you read the post this is an ongoing issue with the person and they have been told, sooooo not being a mind reader as an excuse is out. Plus I could be a dick and park there with my own placard despite not living there. It’s not a garunteed thing.

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    • Heath Bowen Heath Bowen says:

      Landlord doesn’t have to pay a fee, they just have to sign a form they agree to it. Where I live has a rear driveway, and I got a placard spot put out front.

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  39. Shovel the snow on to the vehicle

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  40. You should just throw a Molotov through his window

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  41. If someone disabled is living in the home you should contact the city to get handicap parking for your house. They have to keep it clear and you’re the only one who can park there

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    • The person also may not quite reach the requirements. For years I’ve had issues since a skiing accident, it wasn’t until I needed a walker that I got a placard despite using a cane.

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    • Heath Bowen Heath Bowen says:

      The “rule” is if you cannot walk more than 50M without a rest or somesort of mobility aid. If you can’t get one that’s between you and your Dr. if you go into Registies with the paperwork, they can’t say no.

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  42. Shovel Two new ones in front and behind him pile the snow up to his hood so he can’t move. That’s what I would do

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  43. Cindy Mason Cindy Mason says:

    When it comes to parking people can quite entitled. I have been having trouble with the people across the road parking in front of my place. Its a real bitch to clear the walks when they have parked partway on them. My revenge…I call bylaw if they leave a vehicle more than 72 hours, I call bylaw if they are too close to my driveway(1.5 meters) and I shovel the snow from the walks under their car/van. So far they have had more tickets than the ugly van is worth.

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  44. Wendy Rosser Wendy Rosser says:

    Not sure why people have to be like that… this winter I had to park on the street. Found an open parking spot and the home owner came out and told me his elderly mother was coming over is I would mind moving… I moved, I can walk… she may have issues with the snow, ice, conditions or even walking. It may or not be true but the fact that he came out and asked me to move…courtesy and respect for the home owner

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  45. Leo Mason Leo Mason says:

    Guess what. You don’t own the street in front of your home. Welcome to the world, sunshine.

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  46. Pagan Heart Pagan Heart says:

    Christ people are so fucking rude and disrespectful.

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  47. I’ve dealt with bad neighbors before, luckily not where I am now, but I hear ya!! Next time that neighbor does this to a person with a disability, PM me. I have some wonderful, dick moves, all legal, that will show your neighbours what it’s like to live next to someone like them.

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