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What steps can I take go to keep the neighbors' kids out of our yard?

Question Details:

The neighbors' kids play in the street out front and are constantly in and out of our yard chasing down balls from their errant kicks/throws. I have talked to the kids (middle school through high school age) and their parents, who have assured me they will get their kids to stop. However, the result is miniscule. At times they leave items (balls, shoes, trash) in the yard. Am I allowed by law while cleaning up my yard simply to collect and discard these items in the trash, and/or take the toys to Goodwill?

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