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BRADENTON, Fla.-Lennar Homes, nation's largest homebuilder, asked hearing officer to grant variance so it can continue building homes too close to next-door neighbors ' home, saying the county is partly to blame for not catching errors until the home was nearly finish. Terry Kirschner, Land Development Director for Lennar, pointed out that the county approved his companys permit that show home was just 9. 5 feet away from next home, instead of requiring 12 feet. County inspectors then failed to catch mistakes during dozens of inspections, Kirschner points out. When the home was red-tag and construction was ordered to halt in November, home was well underway and already had a buyer, he say. Tearing a house down now and fixing mistake, Kirschner say, would cost builders an estimated 185 000 and cause hardship. Besides, he characterized the situation as not a big deal. It not that obvious, he say. It only that it been measure now that it has become an issue, grant it doesnt meet 12 feet, but as a fact of reality, no one in year from now is ever going to know that their home is too close to another one. Next-door-neighbor Mike Shaw disagrees and says he already had his home on the market and four potential buyers walked away, all citing Lennar's home next door as a turn-off. I want them to tear homes down, he say. Follow rules. Shaw and other residents in Rosedale neighborhood show up in opposition to the Lennars ' variance request. Another home in the neighborhood is in a similar situation, and that builder, Ashton Woods, is expected to seek variance in October. That home is just 7 feet, 6 inches away from Kirk Tcherneshoffs home. Theyre going to seek variance for that, he say. Do we go to 2 feet, 1 foot? Why dont we just make duplexes? Residents are worried because even county staff recommend approving variance, admitting that their staff mess up by not catching problem earlier. In contrast, county officials have previously said they want Ashton Woods to tear down or move to a house that is just 7 feet 6 inches away from another home. In that case, county blame third-party inspectors for not catching error. In both cases, builder can ask for variance. If variance is not grant, they can appeal the decision or figure out way to either tear down or move home so it is in compliance. If variance is grant, builders would have to install a 1-hour firewall. Hearing official has 21 days to make a decision on Lennars ' variance request and is expect to hear Ashton Woods ' variance request in October.

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Bad neighbors/hacking/stalking/targeting

A Minnesota hacker prosecutors describe as a depraved criminal was handed an 18-year prison term Tuesday for unleashing a vendetta of cyberterror that turned his neighbors' lives into living nightmare. Barry Ardolf, 46, repeatedly hacked into his next-door neighbors' Wi-Fi network in 2009, and used it to try and frame them for child pornography, sexual harassment, various kinds of professional misconduct and to send threatening e-mail to politicians, including Vice President Joe Biden. His motive was to get back at his new neighbors after they told police he'd kissed their 4-year-old son on the lips. Barry Ardolf has demonstrated by his conduct that he is a dangerous man. When he becomes angry at his neighbors, he vents his anger in a bizarre and calculated campaign of terror against them, prosecutor Timothy Rank said in a court filing. And he does not wage this campaign in the light of day, but rather uses his computer hacking skills to strike at his victims while hiding in the shadows. Over months and months, he inflicted unfathomable psychic damage, making victims feel vulnerable in their own home, while avoiding detection. Ardolf's attorney, Kevin o'brien, said in a telephone interview that it was a lengthy sentence for a first-time offender. The defendant also forfeit his house and computer gear. Ardolf had no criminal record, but an investigation revealed that he'd also hijacked the Wi-Fi of other neighbors, and terrorized them as well. A father of two, Ardolf had to turn down a 2-year plea agreement last year to charges relating to Biden e-mail. After that, authorities pile on more charges, including identity theft and two kiddie-porn accusations carrying lifetime sex-offender registration requirements. He plead guilty to them all last year. The bizarre tale begins in 2009 when Matt and Bethany Kostolnik move into the house next door to Ardolf, who at the time was a Medronic computer technician living in the Minneapolis suburb of Blaine. On their first day at their new home, Kostolnik's then-4year-old son wandered near Ardolf's house. While carrying him back next door, Ardolf allegedly kissed the boy on the lips. We've just moved next door to a pedophile, Mrs. Kostolnik told her husband. Couple report Ardolf to police, angering their creepy new neighbor. I decide to 'get even' by launching computer attacks against him, Ardolf later writes in a letter to the judge. It was apparently this incident which caused the defendant to begin a calculated campaign to terrorize his neighbors, doing whatever he could to destroy the careers and professional reputations of Matt and Bethany Kostolnik, to damage Kostolniks ' marriage, and to generally wreak havoc on their lives, he say. Ardolf downloaded Wi-Fi hacking software and spent two weeks Cracking Kostolnik's WEP encryption. Then he uses his own Wi-Fi network to create a fake MySpace page for his husband, where he posted a picture of a pubescent girl having sex with two young boys.

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Re: Re: Bad neighbors/hacking/stalking/targeting

Are they yelling on the other side of the door? If youre able to, make an audio recording of whatever is being say, or any particularly loud noises being make. If a neighbor damages any of your belongings, make sure to photograph it. Keep a log of all incidents with that neighbor and the dates on which they occur. Seriously, write down everything. Has your landlord or property manager been notified that this is happening? Most landlords wo just shrug it off, especially if you present your information in an organize, tactful manner. Let's say, though, that they dont seem to care, or to understand the gravity of the situation. Maybe they attempted to talk to other tenants but it didnt do any good. If the landlord declines to take action to protect you moving forward, even after you have demonstrated the veracity of your claims, next thing you should do is to phone the police department. If theyre doing their job right, theyll fully investigate your complaint, review any evidence, and file a formal report. Theyll also want to speak to you about what specifically has been going on with your neighbor, so be prepare to corroborate your account with tangible proof of their conduct. Finally, theyll probably speak to the accused harasser to get their side of the story, too, along with your other neighbors who have potentially witnessed harassment firsthand. The more people in your building who can vouch for you, better. Once the police have interviewed you, made report, and spoken to any witnesses, theres good chance that other people will get the message that what theyre doing isnt okay. They may have been given verbal warning, or even charged with a crime if something like destruction of property occur. However, maybe they still dont quite get it, and are persisting in their behavior even against police orders. At this point, you have grounds for lawsuit.


1. Volunteer to help neighbors in need.

Dont act like it bothers you. Dont change your daily routines or look for reasons not to go outside. Having said that, take extra precautions where your children are concern. Ensure they can play safely and in privacy. Dont let them play in the street. If your children or pets are the cause of your neighbors ' anger, then do your best to understand how irritating it is for some people to have to put up with constant screaming kids and barking dogs. Restrict outdoor play to reasonable hours and / or shut your dogs indoors. You have to be prepared to compromise for the sake of peace. Install spy cameras in your own home to find out if your neighbors have a habit of entering while you are at work. Make copies of videos of any suspicious activity and make sure they are kept somewhere safe. Do regular bug sweeps of your property. Install outdoor security lights and cameras in full view, but also have one or two hidden cameras, too. Basic spy cameras like this HeimVision HMD2 Wireless Rechargeable Battery-Powered Security Camera are reasonably price. We've installed two of them as quick and easy precautionary measures in the back of our house. The fact we didn't have to wire them was a bonus. Invest in a full-on home security system, complete with monitoring and panic button. Keep gates, doors, and windows locked at all times. Hire a private investigator, but be prepare, if s / he is to do their job properly, to have your life examined in detail. They will need to find out why your neighbors are showing such keen interest in you. Refuse to engage with them in any way whatsoever. If you use the gray rock method, they might just lose interest. Tell other neighbors what is happening. You must have irrefutable proof, though. If you spread unfounded rumors, you could find yourself in trouble. Dont interact on social media. Additionally, make sure that they are not friends of friends who can see your posts. This may be one source of the problem. Never announce where and when you are going out. Never post where you are. Change all your settings to the highest security level. Involve law. If you have correct proof, then report it to the police and any other local authorities. If they are renters, then make a formal complaint via lawyer to the rental agency or homeowner. You may also file a restraining order. As last resort, move. This may seem like a drastic measure, but what price won't you pay for peace of mind?

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