A man in New Jersey who had been renting a wood-and-glass stand in his yard for two years said he was told to vacate the property by the owner last month, CBS affiliate WPVI-TV reported.
“He’s been saying the same thing for two months,” Michael D. Fong told WPVI.
“I said, ‘If you don’t like it, go somewhere else.'”
Fong said he went to the front door and spoke with the owner, who told him to leave the property, WPVI reported.
He said he left the property a few hours later.
“At this point, I think I have no choice but to take this very seriously,” Fong added.
“The reason I left is because of the noise,” Fongs neighbor told WPVII.
“When the neighbor was on his front porch last month and he was talking to the neighbors, they had this wood-burning stove on.
I asked him, ‘What are you doing?’
The wood- and-glass stands in the yard of a New Jersey homeowner, where the owner has been telling residents to vacated his property. “
And then he told me that he had to leave because of noise.”
The wood- and-glass stands in the yard of a New Jersey homeowner, where the owner has been telling residents to vacated his property.
(WPVI-tv) Fong is a contractor who works in New York City.
“It’s not a pleasant place to live,” he said.
“You have to take care of your animals and make sure you’re doing the right thing for the community.
I’ve got three dogs.
And the kids love it here.”
The owner told WPIX that he does not care about the noise, the children or Fong.
“This place is going to get really, really loud and that’s just not going to be good for me,” the owner said.