Richard S. wrote:
There has to be law, how can you prevent the delivery of a fuel to a house? On the other hand I'm not sure how you would enforce such a law. Call the cops but I wouldn't rely on their opinion. If they can't resolve it take it to the council, they should be more than willing to listen and have the solicitor research it. At the very least they should be able to post a temporary no parking zone once a month, that may be the only possible solution.
Yes do not rely on a cop's opinion.
If it were me, I'd contact the district attorney's office in your county. Or possibly the attorney general's office. Ask for the consumer protection division or something along those lines. They are the ones who would prosecute the case against the neighbor. If THEY feel a law has been broken, they will direct the police to arrest the individual. The police would have no say whether they feel it is correct or not. They would only be following the directives of the D.A.
But I'm still up for a pizza and beer night !!!!! And I do like hockey. USA Olympic gold medal game at noon today.