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Carlos A.

04/08/2017

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Fighting City Hall. In the spring of 2015 part of a neighbor's shed's blew into my yard. This week parts of that shed blew into a neighbor's yard. I have photos.
In older areas of Sparks, complaints to the city council are ignored. The shed exists at 10## Palmwood which is directly behind my property. That is the most horrendous eye-sore, fire hazard and danger to the community which I have ever seen in my 72 years. The shed is made out of pipes, old flooring, tin, plywood, blocks, linoleum, and miscellaneous scavenged material. Mice live under the shed and forage into neighbor’s yards. At least one snake lives in the ugly mess. Pieces of the roof blow off. It has electrical service inside the shed that cannot possibly be safe. The front of their house is beautiful, but the shed which I have to see every time I look out the window or have a BBQ is obnoxious. The City of Sparks has no regulations regarding sheds. Its private property. I'm inviting all Sparks citizens to drop by my house and bring a camera. I'll show you something you will not believe. Email me at kabar1194@icloud.com for an appointment.
Today 4/6/2017 at 2:58PM half of the roof blew off of that disgusting shed. Luckily, no one was injured. At 7:10 PM a neighbor to the west on Palmwood engaged in a heated argument with the owner of the shed. Part of that shed blew into the neighbor's yard. Shortly after that, a lady on Pinewood began yelling at the owner of the shed telling him to remove that horrible shed. The owner merely replaced the roof using no nails or screws but placed two wheel-barrows on top to hold it down.

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