Last Sunday, when I was done for the day, I swung over to my house to cut my own lawn. I was done with that by about 7pm and then I just chilled at my house for a while before taking the equipment back to the shop. I took it back around 9pm. I took Monday off, and I was on my way out the door on Tues morning when I heard a knock. Turned out to be an ordinance inforcement officer for the county. Someone in the neighborhood complained about me keeping my equipment at my house and running my business from my home. I laughed at the guy. I told him there was no equipment anywhere on my property and invited him to look around. I had even taken my signs off the truck on Monday to get the truck washed. So I showed him around the yard, the shed out back. I don't even keep a push mower at home! So I asked the guy who complained. He wouldn't tell me. I explained that sometimes I bring the truck and trailer past the house to cut my own lawn, or stop by to eat before I call it a day, for lunch, etc. I asked him if that was a problem. He said nope, as long as I didn't keep the stuff at the house permanently. Then he said there wasn't any violations and left. So, one of my neighbors is a nosey pita. They better hope I don't find out who it was. I've been here for over a year, never heard any complaints. I think it might be a new neighbor. The ordinance guy looked bummed that he didn't catch me doing something wrong, though.