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Old 07-20-2012, 08:11 PM   #11
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I do think I'll try the KK in Chattanooga ......... I think this thread has been hijacked

You did mean tis one ? right ? 5609 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411
(423) 894-0243 http://www.krispykreme.com/home

Corrct store... And it was hijacked for a good reason.... warm donuts!
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Old 07-20-2012, 08:57 PM   #12
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Hum, Once again I've learned something new here at school bus U. I had no idea donuts had wrappers---probably 'cause I don't eat 'em
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next time try eating the donut instead of the wrapper.....
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Old 07-20-2012, 10:15 PM   #14
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Got me! HA! say what you mean, mean what you say
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I do think I missed the bus.... Anyone know when the next one is?
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I have been ASKED to drain gray water on the ground!

And PS--Krispy Kreme donuts are LOUSY.
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Old 07-28-2012, 03:11 PM   #17
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I have been ASKED to drain gray water on the ground!

And PS--Krispy Kreme donuts are LOUSY.
I grew up in New England. Dunkin Donuts was the place to get "real" donuts. In Tenn. they have Krispy Creme donuts. I never cared for them.

Grey water? If I go out and pee on the front lawn, am I committing a crime?
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Old 07-28-2012, 03:38 PM   #18
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... If I go out and pee on the front lawn, am I committing a crime?
I have lived in places in FL that would arrest you for indecent exposure if you peed outside! Yankees are so uptight about things like that and have zoned FL to death! Even banned work vehicles, TV antennas, clotheslines and "certain" fences!

Typical Fl town now (Port St. Lucie... may I never see it again!)
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Commercial vehicles are prohibited from being parked or stored in all residential areas except while working at a job site. Examples of commercial vehicles: dump trucks, tow trucks or trucks with six wheels, step vans, chemical tank trucks, and any pickup or van openly storing equipment, materials or supplies
TV antennas, clotheslines.
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Garage sales are permitted in the city. However, pursuant to Section 155.03(I)(1), a garage sale shall not be run as a business or create a nuisance. Those holding garage sales are limited to one sign on their property only advertising the sale. No off-premises signs are permitted

High grass and weeds—Section 41.08(B)
All grass must be kept mowed below a length of 12 inches on all improved property (property with a structure built upon it) within the City of Port St Lucie. (More than one wildflower bed has been mowed down for the sake of Yankee inflicted rules - lms)

Inoperative vehicles—Sections 95.02, 90.01 and 41.08(E)
Any vehicle that is not fully capable of being started and driven on the highway may be classified as inoperative. Examples of what may be considered as an inoperative vehicle(s), are: one or more flat tires, without wheel(s), without a battery, up on blocks or without a current tag. (A neighbour had the city tow his vintage car he was restoring OUT OF HIS LOCKED GARAGE. I've known more than one person who went to sleep with fully inflated tires and the next morning their car was being towed due to a flat tire... what a coincidence - lms)

Outdoor sales/special events 158.225 (these are also yard sales - lms)
All events held outside must apply for a special event permit, issued by the Business Tax Office, which can be reached at (772) 871-5132. The permit is valid for two weeks and may be obtained two times per year. Signs are required to be removed 48 hours after the special event.

Garage sales—155.03(I)(1)
Garage sales are permitted in the city. However, pursuant to Section 155.03(I)(1), a garage sale shall not be run as a business or create a nuisance. Those holding garage sales are limited to one sign on their property only advertising the sale. No off-premises signs are permitted

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Vehicles registered as motor homes, recreational vehicles, campers, travel trailers, boats, etc., may be parked in the garage, driveway, side of the residence or 10 feet inside the rear yard. All recreational vehicles must bear a current registration and be in operating condition to be parked in any residential area within the city. No one may stay, live in, or use the vehicle while it is parked or stored in a residential area.

Signs—Section 155.05
Nearly all signs require a sign permit. The sign permit is issued through the Building Department, which can be reached at (772) 871-5132.
Makes you want to move there doesn't it? And this is the common stuff. They have reams of rules that they haul out to harass folks with. All the little violations are paired up with some hefty fines. PSL makes a tidy profit on these rules.
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I break all those rules....daily....thank god for the country life in BFE ,TN
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... If I go out and pee on the front lawn, am I committing a crime?
Lorna also wrote. "I have lived in places in FL that would arrest you for indecent exposure if you peed outside! Yankees are so uptight about things like that and have zoned FL to death! Even banned work vehicles, TV antennas, clotheslines and "certain" fences!

My reply is: Of course you do not want to let it all hang out in the middle of the day. Go behind a bush.

Yankees? Florida? I don't understand. Florida is way south of New England which is home of Yankees.
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