Neighbor's Fence Being used as Retaining Wall
I need some outside opinions...
I lost my home due to Hurricane Sandy. I had 5 feet of water in my one story house and foundation damage. We JUST knocked the house down the end of June, and are rebuilding.
I have a nasty, nasty neighbor, who I honestly cannot stand to look at. Her house was new construction, high enough, and took no water during the storm.
Well, needless to say, I was, and still am, out of my home. About a month after the storm, my neighbor replaced the 6 foot fence between our two backyards, and put in a new 6 foot pvc fence with a 12" white spacer below...making the fence 7 feet tall. She then proceeded to have an inground pool put in, and decided to landscape it with BOULDERS, trees, dirt, mulch, bushes, etc. (Wait, let me rephrase that..she finished her inground pool. 2 days after the storm she had the pool company blocking the roadway and digging for her inground while the rest of the block was cleaning out their destroyed homes, throwing their lives away).
Her property is one solid foot higher than mine. And on her side of the fence there is about 3 feet of stuff (boulders, dirt, plants, trees, bushes, mulch) piled up. NO RETAINING WALL WAS EVER BUILT. The fence is 6+ months old and is now bowing into my backyard. I have an almost 4 year old. Where the fence is bowing is where his swing set went before the storm, and will be returning after we move back home.
Should I be concerned that her fence will blow out? Do I call the town and report her? I would nicely say something to her, but she won't give a damn. She's the kind of neighbor who does whatever she wants at everyone else's expense. And she doesn't give a damn about her own three kids, so I know she won't care about mine.
Suggestions? Thank you in advance.