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storminator

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What is the name of your state? Ohio'

Our township representative paid us a visit today and told us they had received a complaint from two distant neighbors about vehicles on our property. We were told we could only have two unlicensed vechicles on our ten acres.

First, these trucks(7) have been on our property since we bought it, 10 years ago. Second, the neighbors crossed our property line in order to take pictures as evidence of their complaint.

Do we have any options and what can we do about the trespassing?
 


HomeGuru

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storminator said:
What is the name of your state? Ohio'

Our township representative paid us a visit today and told us they had received a complaint from two distant neighbors about vehicles on our property. We were told we could only have two unlicensed vechicles on our ten acres.

First, these trucks(7) have been on our property since we bought it, 10 years ago. Second, the neighbors crossed our property line in order to take pictures as evidence of their complaint.

Do we have any options

**A: ask the person to give you a copy of the town ordinance stating the requirement of 2 unlicensed vehicles on 10 acres.
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and what can we do about the trespassing?
**A: contact the police.
 
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storminator

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Two of the pictures were taken from a cherry tree(can see the cherries in the picture) that sits on our side of the property line (these were taken from above and shows a old semi truck bed we use for storage, an International dump truck that my husband is restoring and a trailer we made out of a 1987 ford ranger bed),
this is about 20 to 30 foot area. (No way he could have taken it with the best lens in the world from his property at that angle or any other angle. Also there is a tree line and you can't see that area from his property because of the trees).

The other two pictures were of a Ford truck sitting in a driveway, they took a picture of the front of the truck and the only way to get that was to walk up the drive and around the multi flora roses(compliments of Louis Bromfield) that have taken over the driveway, because you can't see the truck from the road.
 

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