Show Notes for Thursday, July 30, 2020


Dear John,

I've heard the phrase good fences make good neighbors. So do bad fences make bad neighbors? I think the answer may be yes. Our neighbor's fence is pretty old. It's starting to fall apart and when I'm mowing I have to constantly move the fallen boards. If they would fall on their side of the fence, I wouldn't mind, but they are always falling our way because of the way the fence was build about thirty years ago. I talked to the neighbor about the fence last year. He said he was going to have it removed or replaced. I've never seen anyone even come look at it. I wanted to ask him about it again but my wife told me to leave him alone. What do I do? I have a stack of fallen boards laying next to his fence and the pile is getting higher. Should I say something or just keep avoiding the problem?

Signed – FenceFoe

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