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If you are talking about suing you for harassment then anyone can sue anyone for anything. However, it is incredibly unlikely they would succeed with a case like this.
If you are talking about filing a police report then the answer is about the same but the police are probably going to tell then "it's a civil matter".
So, in essence, you don't appear to really have anything to worry about.
Also, if you decide to sue you can base it on "negligence per se" which means that it is automatically negligence since they violated the statute.
You can also sue for "nuisance" which is what it is called when another landowner does (or does not do) something on their property which causes damages to you or your property. Your case is particularly strong since there is a statute/ordinance on point and you have asked them to correct the problem repeatedly.
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