A DMK Production
Your son, Hunter, is eleven. You use spanking with Hunter if needed.
Hunter's grandmother gave him a pair of skates for his birthday. This posed a bit of a dilemma for Hunter. Your neighborhood has no sidewalks and the street in front of your house is a bit busy and so it isn't safe for Hunter to skate there. There is a park with ample places to skate but the park is a bit of a distance. You do take Hunter to the park when you or your spouse are able but it is not always practical. There is not room for Hunter to skate in the house. The answer seems to be the alley behind your house. Hunter starts skating in the alley.
The neighbor on the other side of the alley is a most disagreeable elderly lady - Miss Black. Hunter is out skating in the alley and Miss Black comes out and chases him "off of her property." Hunter complains to you and you go over to speak to Miss Black. She maintains the alley is on her property and she doesn't want kids messing in it. You explain that Hunter's skating is harmless but Miss Black remains disagreeable. You check with the County Registrar to confirm what Miss Black says and, yes, the alley is within her property line.
You tell Hunter he is not allowed to skate in the alley. Hunter is argumentative but you tell him he can't trespass on Miss Black's property. You promise to try to get him to the park more often.
The next day you look out and see Hunter skating in the alley:
What do you do?