Re: Barbed Wire Fence in a Residential Lot
Unless there is a clear hazard, or restrictions, your only LOGICAL choice is avoidance!
I'm curious.....why does your neighbor dislike you and yours? What y'all been doing to him? That's presumptive on my part. Is he batcrap crazy or somethin'?
If one has a problem not cured by traditional fencing, one may resort to alternatives to assuage an ongoing difficulty, perceived or otherwise. Residential? I missed that in the OP's posts somehow. Any idea if the residential development is out of any city limit.
Alabama has got to have less zoning than where I live, small town Missouri. I'm within city limits and fencing is very lightly restricted, if at all. If I wanted to, I could do concrete a foot thick and 12' tall topped with concertina wire...perfectly legal. But minimal is better, so its traditional chain link for us.
However, it's become trendy lately to develop housing in 'country' areas. I'd be upset that the adjacent property to mine put up 20+ luxury homes on property that was farmed since the beginning of recorded history. Roots run deep in farm country. I can see a born and raised on that property resident getting terminal resentment.
I know, I know, sorta unique to speculate at both sides with a only the OP prespective. I got lots of free time though.
("assuage" is my big word of the day):
If that ain't apples to hand grenades, I'd be pressed to know what is.....
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