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Killing with kindness...blew up in my face

Saturday, May 26, 2018

I have that nasty neighbor...the one who cut us off when we didn’t vote his way...the one who calls us vile names because we moved here from California...we’ve been trying to “kill him with kindness “ for six years...I’m on the HOA board and learned he would be getting a violation letter for parking his motor home in his driveway. His wife’s sister lives next door to them, across from me, and she’s a friend of mine. I sent her a text so she could quietly give him the heads up about the letter and start finding a place to park it. She did so, but yesterday he flew down to the management company yelling and screaming, then called the president and demanded that I be thrown off the board because I’m picking on him, and he said that I was telling “all the neighbors about everybody’s business “, totally untrue. Now there is going to be a meeting where he will make a motion that I be thrown off. Advice?
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  • ZUZUPETALS10
    Keeping your civility - nice job. I hope the neighbors can see through his drama.
    56 days ago
  • READY201811
    Is the text something you could show as proof because of your friendship and concern you did it for his benefit and not malicious
    My x blows up like that and others saw right threw it I know bad things happen to good people but did you do anything wrong-no. Do you have a clear conscience-yes
    Actions speak louder than words just let it go and truth will prevail
    56 days ago
  • HOLLYM48
    Sorry about your nasty neighbor. Good luck. I hope everything turns out ok.
    56 days ago
  • LINDA058
    Explain your decision and hope they see things your way
    56 days ago
  • MARYJOANNA
    Keep your cool and continue to kill him with kindness.
    56 days ago
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