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Problems with a drainage ditch that the neighbors claim to own, want to make a home improvement as my property has lower areas and floods in the winters when snow is plowed into the ditch, Staked survey poles shows most of the ditch is on their side.. I want to improve this condition with a stone wall and security fence... Backfill and stone my potion of flat ditch that runs from a culvert under and across our frontage county owned road, it only drains in the wet season and heavy rain storms, only water problem is on my side of the surveyed property line.. There was a mutual Bridge that was on both properties which had to be removed after they claimed full ownership,(not mentioned on either of our deed) niether of us built the Bridge it was from the previous owner befor they sub-divided then sold the two parcels.. I have an ongoing disputes about this situation now am trying to remedy any future occurence with dispute.. I have given my portion of the Bridge to them so they had to remove it from my property, my home is within twenty feet of the boundry as thiers is at least 150 feet on the other side of this boundry... I started to build a nice stone wall and backfill to my natural grade and got a notice from our local code enforcement that it has to be two feet from the boundry stakes.. Is this possible to change.. if I have to comply it will not be possible to make this improvement without disrupting several big tall pine trees without disrupting thier roots .. My nieghbors are unreasonable, Bullies and I have been assaulted.. His Brother is good frieds with the District Attorney Investigator so the system is more then challenging so far. Thank You In advance for any information that may help me...

Asked By: Allen - 10/4/2011
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From the way that you are describing the problem, you are addressing the wrong solution. Look at it this way... More
Answered By: ca_surveyor - 10/5/2011
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talk with your local zoning office
Answered By: Tony - 10/4/2011
 
My suggestion is research laws pertaining to property. I learned fast in the Army people will try every which way to get over on you but if you know the rules & regulations they will have a hard time doing so and learn real fast your not a target... More
Answered By: SayAgain - 10/4/2011
 
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