A new kind of speed trap — your neighbors shame you on Nextdoor

What initially began as social networking for neighborhoods back in 2011, Nextdoor has since catapulted beyond a convenient way to connect with one’s neighbors. These days you will have no trouble finding stories about people complaining to their Nextdoor group regarding a litany of issues; from the height of one’s grass to parked vehicles that are not worthy of the neighborhood. Read this article and we’ll tell you about Kim Komando’s close call with Nextdoor and how she almost became famous on the platform, and not in a good way.

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