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Englewood's new ordinance discriminates against hobbyists
Anybody that lives in Englewood should know by now about a new ordinance that prohibits trailers, boats or unlicensed vehicles in your driveway. Seems this is a problem in Englewood and it must be stopped. They are threatening to fine me for my 67 F250 sitting in my own driveway without an engine. It doesn’t matter if the engine is in the shop as we speak. It must move on its own or get it out of the driveway.
Looks like a friend of the mayor needed a job...and what better way to help a friend out than to impede on the rights of the citizen..this the law you are talking about..i dont see it saying anything about parking them on your private property, but i will keep looking and see if i find anything, if i do, i will post it here for you...
Darkwolf, I just got a ticket for my truck. It's in my backyard, on a concrete slab behind a 6' fence. According to the paper they stapled to the ticket explaining the new rules it should be ok, I'm going to call and see what's up. Where in Englewood are you?
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