Politics – In Bay Village,OH, a dispute between neighbors has everyone on edge(“Security” Camera on you)Aug 14
Bay Village is an idyllic bedroom community where residents enjoy the peace and security that comes with living in a top-rated suburb — except for Mark Barringer’s neighbors on East Oakland Road.
Life for them is an absolute nightmare. They are trapped between an angry neighbor’s civil liberties and a creepiness that has enveloped their houses, yards and sidewalks.
We’ve all heard and read stories about neighborhood disputes that rise to the level of government or police intervention, but I guarantee you’ve never read anything like what’s happening on East Oakland. The drama should make you thank the lucky stars you don’t live there.
East Oakland is a modest street compared to the city’s more spacious and picturesque thoroughfares, such as Wolf and Lake roads. Elderly couples and young families live in ranch homes, bungalows and small colonials that sit back from the road on narrow but deep and shaded lots. Many of houses have detached garages out back.
From the curb, Barringer’s house looks like the others. It’s well maintained and features tidy landscaping. A decorative Chief Wahoo sign stands among the flowers near the front steps.
But look more closely.
Tiny cameras dot the outside of the house. There are a couple near the front door. Several sit atop the chimney. A few more hang on the sides of the house. One is affixed to a two-by-four nailed high on the garage. And all of them are pointed out, looking away from the house and into the neighbor’s yards and at their houses.
There are sixteen cameras in all. Some cameras are positioned to see across several properties.
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