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^^ Came back from my Christmas break and opened up RV.net to see whats going on - same-ole same ole.... No surprises here.


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Years ago my dad asked me why I bought 20 acres in the country, I told him some folks are not fit to live with civilized people. [emoticon] [emoticon]


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Huntindog wrote:

My trailer sits in my RV drive, which is next to my vehicle drive... My neighbors love it. Have given many tours, and showed off the light show it can do. They think it brings a touch of class to the area.

My kind of people.

I do not think I would own an RV if I had to keep it somewhere else.


I know for a fact that I'd not own an RV that required storing off site.....wife and I play cards in it all winter, little wine and a little music.

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SpeakEasy wrote:

So - wait until the end of January and roll the dice on being able to get in? Or do it now while I can and pay for a month that I really don't need? -Speak


If you're not willing to go ask for an extension, I hoped you jumped on this and got a spot! It will solve the immediate issue and give you some breathing room to do your landscaping and make a spot for the TT at home on your own schedule.


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Can you park it beside your driveway... then technically you are not parked in the driveway like they warned you about!

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Come to Tennessee like the thousands of New Yorkers moving here ASAP. Not being political. It’s just a fact of life. This state is exploding with folks from California and New York/ New Jersey. Not sure why, can’t put my finger on it.

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Westcoasting wrote:

Can you park it beside your driveway... then technically you are not parked in the driveway like they warned you about!


The ordinance says it has to be in the back yard. Side yard COULD be approved, but it would require a request on my part and a specific approval from the City. My side yard could not accommodate a trailer.

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jerem0621 wrote:

Come to Tennessee like the thousands of New Yorkers moving here ASAP. Not being political. It’s just a fact of life. This state is exploding with folks from California and New York/ New Jersey. Not sure why, can’t put my finger on it.

Thanks!


Thanks for the invitation! I'm sure I would like it in Tennessee. Governor Cuomo has actually encouraged people who disagree with him about social issues to leave the state!

Be careful, however. Immigrants from California and New York may bring ideas with them that could ruin the good life y'all have cultivated down there.

One of my daughters and her family have relocated to NC, so if we're going anywhere it would probably be to NC.


(But back to the topic at hand: I suspect there are communities in Tennessee that would tell me the same thing about where I can and can't park my trailer.)

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SpeakEasy wrote:

jerem0621 wrote:

Come to Tennessee like the thousands of New Yorkers moving here ASAP. Not being political. It’s just a fact of life. This state is exploding with folks from California and New York/ New Jersey. Not sure why, can’t put my finger on it.

Thanks!


Thanks for the invitation! I'm sure I would like it in Tennessee. Governor Cuomo has actually encouraged people who disagree with him about social issues to leave the state!

Be careful, however. Immigrants from California and New York may bring ideas with them that could ruin the good life y'all have cultivated down there.

One of my daughters and her family have relocated to NC, so if we're going anywhere it would probably be to NC.


(But back to the topic at hand: I suspect there are communities in Tennessee that would tell me the same thing about where I can and can't park my trailer.)

-Speak


LOL! One of my old friends moved to another county. Stated one of the major reasons for the move was "I want to do what I want on my property" Built a real nice house. 5 years later, he and many others are in the courts fighting to keep a hog factory out. But he can walk around with his gun.

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SpeakEasy wrote:

jerem0621 wrote:

Come to Tennessee like the thousands of New Yorkers moving here ASAP. Not being political. It’s just a fact of life. This state is exploding with folks from California and New York/ New Jersey. Not sure why, can’t put my finger on it.

Thanks!


Thanks for the invitation! I'm sure I would like it in Tennessee. Governor Cuomo has actually encouraged people who disagree with him about social issues to leave the state!

Be careful, however. Immigrants from California and New York may bring ideas with them that could ruin the good life y'all have cultivated down there.

One of my daughters and her family have relocated to NC, so if we're going anywhere it would probably be to NC.


(But back to the topic at hand: I suspect there are communities in Tennessee that would tell me the same thing about where I can and can't park my trailer.)

-Speak
Not just New York, people of Illinois want to succeed from Chicago. Different values in rule area's compared to large cities but the large cities have the numbers to pass the laws.

Yes HOA'S are everywhere. Have family in the metroplex (DFW) that live in a HOA that ban pickups. Can you imagine banning pickups in Texas.

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