3 Dog's 1 to many

Real Estate Agent with CIR REALTY

                        Town by-laws only allowed 2 dogs per households.

                        Town By-laws only 3 bag of garbage per household.

                        Town by-laws on parking RV's  in town limits not even on your drive way.

                        Town by-laws on smokeing in public places.

                         Town by- laws on sign's allowed on the grass to promote business.

                        (these are the signs 12inches x 12 inches ) And on private property.  

                        What will they think of NEXT

                        NO FOR SALE SIGN'S on private property.

                        What happened to common scents.


Comments (4)

Clark Hitchcock
Re/Max Nyda Realty Inc - Chilliwack, BC
Realtor - Fraser Valley

Bureaucrats and common sense do not even belong in the same sentence, sorry to disapoint you.

Apr 24, 2010 06:56 AM
Bill Travis
Captain Bill Realty, LLC - Gilbert, AZ

I actually like the no smoking in public places. Smoke bothers my breathing.

Apr 24, 2010 06:57 AM
Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573
Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker

Zoning, sometimes snob zoning. (Phone rings) "Hey, it's for you..the lawn police are on hold wondering what's with the half inch too tall going on out front your shack..I mean home? Here..." (pushing phone, holding it out) "You talk to them. Don't sound too happy or chipper on the other end..I'll warn you."

Apr 24, 2010 07:04 AM
Charlie Gantz
Keller Williams Commercial, Tampa Bay - Saint Petersburg, FL
J.D., M.B.A.

Sorry, but I don't agree with you on this matter.  A community, if it qualifies as a political unit, has the legal power to pass ordinances by representatives of the citizens, to provide for the health and safety of the community, including the right to pass ordinances to preserve the value of the homes and properties within that community.  While some ordinances which make national headlines for their inappropiateness in modern times, other ordinances, such as those you cited are normal.  If you don't like the ordinances in your community you can elect other representatives who will repeal the offending ordinances.  Charlie Gantz, Greenwood, IN; J.D., M.B.A.; Owner/Principal Broker, Atlas Property Group, LLC

Apr 24, 2010 07:14 AM