I think reading other posts, I like the idea of just letting the guy
taking a dump, see you take his picture or video while in the process.
I think that might make him stop doing this. Short of that, I would
personally speak to the landscaper boss and tell him, you don't
appreciate it and will take it to the HOA if necessary with proof
(pictures you took or video you took). I don't know if the police
will do anything but it's certainly a health issue.
The threat is also a hostile act. The landscaper boss is clever
enough to know what the OP might do, so the OP should just say, "One
of your men did so and so and it's really gross. Could you get all
the men to stop doing this."
Although I'm not sure how he would do that, threatened or not.
Were these guys there all day, or did they have another job first, so
they could go to a bathroom (somewhere?) before they got to the
n'bor's house? Did they go out for lunch. (A lot of crews eat at a
buffet near here) Did this guy have diarrhea?
How many guys are there?
Demand decency? Where? How? My experience with contractors who had
crew working was that they left for breaks and lunch....even when we
offered food and drink. I can imagine someone having an unexpectedly
urgent call and he chose the best spot available at the time?
Soccer players in park, all Mexicans, just pissing out in the open.
After that I had my phone set on camera to take pictures but it never
happened again. Really not much to do without evidence of indecent
exposure. I was yelling at them to take their business to the park
The nutcase on our condo board passed a rule that dogs had to be taken
off the property to urinate/defecate....she worked during the day, so
obviously did not know that everyone in the neighborhood who walked
their dog was likely to "drop by" our property. Everyone in the 'hood
carried a little bag and dropped fido's donation in a dumpster. Later
on, the guy who bought the condo above said board member became ill so
that he couldn't walk his dog for a while....let it go on his balcony
and then apparently tossed a bucket of water out to wash it down. I
think his actions were entirely appropriate, given behavior of the condo
On 10/10/2012 8:20 PM, email@example.com wrote:
It has since become illegal for folks to be on condo board if delinqent
in assessments. The owners who CARED were outnumbered; couple of
elderly owners who were perfectly willing to write checks but did
nothing else. The guy who was delinquent (now deceased) owned 3 units,
a million$ sailboat and a home in the Bahamas.
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