Some might think cities are justified in fining people who don't maintain their lawns. But if one is concerned about the appearance of a neighbour’s yard (property values and all that), why not…go over and offer to mow the grass yourself? Seems like the neighbourly thing to do, doesn’t it?
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WISH LIST - Location: Paeroa, NZ. The requirements below are located within 4-12 kilometres of Paeroa town centre. Our housing: 4-bedroom house with attached cottage; warm, quiet, private, with sunny garden area and 4-24 healthy fruit trees; Our covered areas: 1 double garage; 1 drive-in workshop (84-124 square metres); 2 storage sheds (each 48-96 square metres); 1 green house (48-124 square metres, working); Our land: 4-12 hectares of fertile, sheltered, well-drained, well-fenced, gently sloping farmland.