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I am sorry to hear this.
Have you asked the neighbour to remove all of this from your property?Is the water draining onto your property?
I suggest that you send a letter to the neighbour and even consider sending it by registered mail rather than dropping it off yourself. In the letter set out the facts and explain that while the fence is on the property line it is unlawful for the neighbour to have any part of his hose on your side of the fence which is on your side of the property. As well, it is unlawful, and considered to be a tort (which is a civil wrong doing), to allow water to drain onto a neighbour's property. Then state that you require the neighbour to immediately remove the hoses from your side of the fence, to repair any hole made into the commonly owned fence, and to ensure that no water drains onto your property. Tell the neighbour that you are putting him on notice that you will be suing him for any damages that you incur as a result of his actions including but not limited to damages from the water drainage.
If that does not work your next step would be to retain a lawyer or else start a lawsuit and self-represent.