I live in west Toledo off Upton, where a lot of the homes have a shared driveway, as which I do. Two weeks ago, the eaves trough fell off the rental property next door down on to our shared driveway at 6am. Not sure how those renters didn't hear it and jump up to see what was going on. I had to let them know so they would move it so my daughter could back out of our garage for work. (Oh forgot to mention that only our home has the garage, next door only has a grassy yard and shed. And the shared drive is wide enough for a car/truck to drive through) All they did was push it up against their house. My daughter was able to pull out but then a few days later the wind whipped it around the drive, so we called the landlady and she gave an excuse that she didn't live near us and couldn't come over and that her handy man was not able to come over till Monday. She offered to pay my daughter $20 to move it between the shed and our garage. Which my daughter was happy to do for the cash. (has yet to be paid nor did the handyman come over to fix it)
Now fast forward to yesterday, I am out shoveling the sidewalks and the approach and driveway in the front of the house so that my daughter can pull in and shovel the drive way by the garage. I then shovel our half of the drive between the 2 houses, the neighbor comes home and then makes her son come out to shovel that too. But instead he goes and shovels by the garage, since he was being kind, I took it upon myself to shovel his side between the house. We get the job done fairly quick and once up on the porch I'm watching him shovel the snow from his side door and then notice right above his head are icicles 3-4 feet long hanging the length of the roof. I would say there are about 20 of them. I quickly told him to move away and let his mother know so she can call the landlord. After getting in the house, the mother leaves so I call the landlady and she states that she can't do anything about them as she doesn't live near the property and doesn't know what to do. The woman is a realtor and landlord, I'm sure she does, or at least her handy man does. I'm afraid that it could damage the car or hurt one of us while walking to the garage. Any ideas what else I can do?