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Tucrafrocl, Home Buyer in Sierra Madre, CA
Thu Dec 10, 2015
Tucrafrocl answered:
Sure this is an old thread, however some neighbors have a disregards for privacy, where their dogs poop, noise, and a plethora of other nuisances.

Who puts their trash in front of other peoples property? In this age of being green and the view that over consumption is looked on as a negative trait, putting trash on your property makes it look like you don't feel like you have any concern about the welfare of others.

Also, perception of large families creates another negative view for most people. Either they are on public assistance, not as intelligent as others, or they are very narcissistic, which their superiority is rarely the case.

So please don't park your trash outside my house. If anything I don't want to carry my cans in my house with your roaches, fleas, lice, or scabies, whatever the case maybe. I don't share, or play well with others.

Help to address the problem of emitters of greenhouse gases not facing the full (social) costs of their actions, vote in a carbon tax on the amount of trash you create and the number of children you thoughtlessly bring into the world.
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Karen Peyton, Real Estate Pro in Chandler, AZ
Fri May 8, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
How about utilizing the space under "your" bedroom windows yourself!
Would a cactus look good there? Maybe a beautiful thorny rosebush? A tree? Rock garden?
You can't be heard when people won't listen. Their oblivion is now your headache.
It's time (to my way of thinking) to occupy your own space!

Best of luck!
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Tristam Biel…, Real Estate Pro in South Pasadena, CA
Sun Jun 15, 2014
Tristam Bielecki answered:
You should check the city or HOA (if one exists) codes on this. I don't believe Sierra Madre has a code preventing this so if that is the case all you can do is ask politely if they will consider moving them out of sight. ... more
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Robert Soto, Real Estate Pro in Sierra Madre, CA
Sun Mar 10, 2013
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Pauli Morin, Real Estate Pro in Sierra Madre, CA
Wed Nov 18, 2009
Pauli Morin answered:
I have a 2 bedroom lease available 12/15--in Sierra Madre. $2,250 Call me. Pauli Morin, Coldwell Banker 626-233-2047 CELL
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Robert, Both Buyer and Seller in Silver Lake, Los Ang...
Mon Sep 28, 2009
Robert answered:
have two bedroom 1& 3/4 bath they may be going up for rent next month
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