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Private Property Rights " Super Bylaw"

May 3 2004 at 10:44 AM
noLIES  (Login steelblue)


What do you think of the community standards bylaw

Calgary Herald

Thursday, April 15, 2004

On Wednesday, city aldermen approved the latest provisions of Calgary's new so-called 'super bylaw'. Dubbed the community standards bylaw, the new regulations include asking homeowners to keep dust and smoke in their own yards as well as a limit to how high your grass may grow.


If some next door neighbour wiener does not like the smoke of your all beef wieners cooking on your own barbeque, in your own back yard behind the house you own, he can call the wiener detectives to investigate what direction the wind is blowing in Calgary. No exemptions will be given to chicken or steaks.

He can call the grass cops and demand a micrometer reading on selective blades of grass so the city can haul you into court for another fine.

The dust cops will come and check your property in gale force winds to investigate if you in fact caused a neighbourhood dust calamity because the birds ate your grass seed, resulting in a metre wide bald spot in your back yard.

These are paid professional job squatting losers who invent these standards (councillors) which serve no other purpose than to put neighbour against neighbour. Next thing coming is paint standards and white picket fences for all, because we all have to look like we enjoy intimidation, lies, deceit, fines, and the erosion of private property rights from the most useless municipal idiots and special interest groups in Canadian history.

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