OP was living the RV life, his parents purchased a house with an acre of flower field next to it, the idea was for OP to stay on the acre during his winter visits.
Karen, the neighbor, reported OP's RV as an eyesore to the city, leading to legal issues with the RV occupancy on the empty plot.
Due to city regulations preventing its placement on undeveloped land, Karen had to deal with OP's eyesore RV parked in their driveway for 6 months
OP can create a Christmas card featuring himself in front of their RV and send it exclusively to her.
She shouldn't wield the law without knowledge.
Towns restrict RV living due to concerns about non-compliance with building codes, sewage, water regulations, wetlands protection, and fire safety.
People living in RVs often squat on empty lots, lacking permanent homes and searching for basic amenities like electricity, water, and sewer access.
RVs can also be a good investment for a business.
Government-approved small acts of retaliation.
She has the right to do so.
Placing it on the driveway would make it look more suitable.
Well, it sounds like Karen unintentionally became the RV parking fairy for OP's property! By sending her a Christmas card featuring you and your RV, you're giving her the gift of a constant reminder that sometimes, following the rules can lead to unexpected outcomes.
Who would have thought that her complaint would end up making OP's RV her daily neighbor? Remember, even in the world of quirky neighbor disputes, it's important to stay on the right side of the law. Maybe, just maybe, Karen will join in on the joke and send OP a holiday card featuring her and OP's RV next year.