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Re: Ot, kinda funny

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We are talking government here... Government 'not equal' common sense. End of story. Case in point (sort of)... The dear old folks that built my current house back in the late forties, and kept the 100 acres that surround my little piece, had passed away and left the land to their daughter who still lives nearby. She had it all surveyed and put up a fence between my property and hers and down the far west side. I'm out in the barn yard and this pickup drives up the driveway and stops with a grumpy old guy inside. He says I'm from the county engineer's office. Your fence is too close to the road. It has to be 40 feet from the center line and that first post is 39 feet. Really?, I say. I let him ramble on a bit about setbacks and right-of-ways and public safety and such then tell him: well, that's all nice but it's not my fence. The look he gave was priceless. He says: who does own it? Where do they live? I just tell him I don't know who owns it now and don't know them or where they live. He drives off in a huff worrying about the fence post that's one foot too close. Not enough to do I suppose. Forgot to mention that the fence is perpendicular to the road so it's just one post he claimed was out of place.

Back on topic, our area of the state (Central Ohio) doesn't require annual inspection. I guess the air pollution isn't bad enough to require it yet.
This post was edited by W_B at 05:26:06 02/15/13.

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 Re: Ot, kinda funny in reply to W_B, 02-15-2013 05:24:14  

Oh - and by the way - the inspection isn't really about air pollution - not at all!

It's about collecting a fee.

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