Sweet Elderly Neighbor Not So Sweet
I moved into my home late in 2006. The weather was very inclement so a detailed survey could not be done until the snow melted and the ground thawed. I had a bit of a wait to get one done. The surveyor informed me that my neighbor has a fence on my property as well as some huge trees. She also has taken over a part of my lawn. She had no problem informing me that her grandson had removed my surveyor's temporary stakes on my lawn while he was mowing it. Her home consists of four entry doors and her own driveway. Each of her doors are very easily accessible from any part of her land. Yet, she insists on using my driveway for mail and package delivery. I even caught her oil company's service truck parking there. I asked them to leave. When it snows, and it snows a lot here, she has a neighbor go up my driveway and shovel a path from it to her door. A good part of the path is my lawn. Outside of this door is her mailbox and where the newspaper is placed. She does not use this door for entrance or exit as her driveway has an entry door, and even if she chose to, a walkway could be constructed easily to her front path or driveway.
When my snow plowers came, she came tearing out of her house because there was snow on her land. I reminded her of my survey and also gave her a copy of the survey that pertains to her property. This clearly shows that the snow was on my side. She still will not respect the boundaries. She constantly stares at me through her kitchen windows, and I feel no sense of privacy. I want to be a good neighbor but this is ridiculous.