Please consider removing bench on private residential property/single-family home. (2022-Aug-02)
Title of the Wayspot: Green Canyon Little Free Library
City: Riverside, CA
Please consider removing this Wayspot. It is located on private residential property with a single-family home.
NianticGiffard has stated the following:
Any object on the property of private residential property is ineligible. As long as it is on the property of private residential property even if accessible from a sidewalk nearby, it should be rejected
Please see the following URL that the NianticGiffard quote is taken from:
Photos to support your claim:
I’ll add the rejection email photo, county assessor information indicating it is a “Single Family Dwelling”, a photo of the intel map matching the county image, and a current image of the bench showing it is on the property noted by the county. The photos will be added in subsequent comments.
2. County report indicating it is a "Single Family Dwelling"
3. Intel Map image of the portal and the area
4. Recent Image of the bench showing that is it on the "Single Family Dwelling" property as indicated by the county report.
There's no property boundary map in the "county report", there is also no separation between the bench and the pavement with the bench clearly been placed there for the benefit of pedestrians and not the homeowner. So I must admit I would look at what you state, and think to myself that there's an opposite faction annoying coach portal that you want to get rid off, rather than a genuine concern for the property of the owner.
Thanks for you feedback. It takes hours for the images to appear in the forum. It appears that I selected the wrong one and hadn’t noticed. Also, the appeal is based on the guidelines and feedback from Niantic in the forums and is not based on who may or may not be the intended user of the portal.
This is clearly a violation of prp and should be removed according to the same criteria applied to Free Little Libraries when on prp.
Here's the county report with the boundary map. The property owners own the property on their side of the sidewalk.
Thanks for the appeal, @MinusFive-ING! After reviewing the additional evidence provided, we’ve decided to retire the Wayspot in question.
Thanks for your consideration, @NianticVK!