On one side of our rowhouse, we have neighbors that I have endless complaints about, but most of it is just stuff I have to live with (until they move. . . fingers crossed!). I will be talking to them about one issue, however, that must improve, and I wonder if there is any legal/code ammunition I might be able to add to the discussion. Here's the deal: spring is on its way. They allow their 1.5 yr old dog to do his business in the small back yard. He is "underloved", IMHO, and goes nuts the second someone is in our yard. We will be creating a screen of some sort to block the view between the yards and to give me a little piece of mind that their dog won't jump the fence in a fit of rage. They rarely clean up the poo, and went they do, its in a haphazard way, and just disturbing the piles of poo makes a big stink. There are times when I can smell it from inside my house. I have a toddler and I really really want to use the back yard this year. Is there any city ordinance or something like that I could cite to strongly encourage them to really clean up their mess?