[wisb] Re: Advice to sway a bird hater?

As the property owner, he is allowed to make any rules he wishes on the 
use of his property as long as they do not violate the laws of the state 
and country. The only options are to have a petition to pass around to 
the other tenants, try and talk rationally and reasonably to him or 
follow his wishes. Mnay property owners do not want animals on their 
property as they have th epotentail to either cause damage or leave 
behind refuse (poop) or "disturb" the peace (Singing at 4 in the morning 
for example).

Kevin Kearns
Lake Mills

On Sat, Jul 14, 2012 at 4:11 PM, David Freriks wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
>       Looking for any information/advice/literature that might be out 
> there
> to try to sway an ornery, bird hating apartment building owner that 
> putting
> out a some jelly/oranges for orioles, a handful of no-waste seed 
> daily,
>  and a hummingbird feeder isn't the end of the world. I've had mine 
> out for
> months at my apartment in Saukville and he finally noticed them and
> demanded that I take them down. There is nothing in the lease about 
> not
> having them, so at this point I'm refusing to take them down. It's too 
> bad,
> the building manager started feeding the birds  behind his apartment 
> as
> well and was really enjoying it along with other people in the 
> apartment
> who were asking about all the cool birds. I'm told that he just hates
> animals period.
> Dave Freriks
> Saukville Wi,/ Chesapeake, OH
>
>
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