Hello, I have a small problem with a new neighbor. This fellow who has purchased 5ac next to my 30ac has built a small "tank" with the backhoe he rented to put in his septic. I normally dont have many problems with what other people do or build on their property but the problem is, this guy has piled up 5feet of dirt 12-15 ft onto my property. Im still trying to figure out why he thinks he will get away with this. He has several hundred feet he could use between his house and his new tank. He suggested and we have talked several times about building a fence and sharing the cost. I even offered to let him pick the type he wants within reason and provide the holes and corner H pipe at my expense. This same guy was whining about his other neighbor putting up a poorly constructed 4 strand barbwire fence after he(new fellow) mentioned sharing the fencing cost. I have left a message and a note asking this guy to call me about it, with no result. I think I will just have a buddy with a dozer scrape down the dirt pile as close to the property line as possible and build a fence. Should I build it on the line or pull it in some. I try hard to be a good neighbor but I feel this guy thinks he can take advantage and use my land for his own. I noticed when I told him I would dig the holes for the corners he marked the corner a foot over onto my side. I might try to stop by his place and talk to him one more time. The property line is marked with tpost next to the survey stake, no possible way to miss it. I even mentioned to him when he was digging it that he was going over the line, I really thought he would get the hint and move the dirt. He didnt. I really want to keep things neighborly but this guy is really testing my patience. What would you do? Ive been trying to come up with a creative solution to get the dirt moved and a fence built without a big fuss. I doubt we will ever be friends but we will be neighbors till one of us moves.