Julie is so kind on some of these. I had a similar experience with a grouchy neighbor, we kept parking in front of his garbage cans, so the city wouldn't pick up his trash. He came over and asked us not to park in front of his hoouse. My girlfriend and her friends where submissive to his request, but not I. From then on I would park in front of his house before he put out his trash, so it would be up to him weather or not to have his trash picked up. After a while he asked me directly to not park in front of his house at which time I reminded him that we all pay the same tax rate for the right to park on any street at anytime unless otherwise properly marked. Then I told him that if he didn't like it, he could MOVE! My girlfriend thought I was being mean, but actually I was telling the truth. I of course went around to the 5 other surrounding neighbors and asked them if there was a problem with us parking in front of their house. None of the other neighbors had a problem; as a matter of fact most neoghbors invited it as it made the house look busy. (Most of the neighborhood where older retired folks) Four of the five neighbors told me that the guy who lived next door was just an old grouch who hated the world and anything that ruined the look of his perfect yard.