Posted by wisbaker on September 11, 2012 at 19:00:56 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: treehouse posted by bob15 on September 10, 2012 at 15:42:09:
Can the treehouse be seen from off the property? If it can't maybe you need to file a trespassing complaint. Might cruise through town and make a list of things that aren't permitted and show up at a council meeting expecting them to "fix" everything if you give them 2 or 300 violations and make it quite clear that their action on your tree house sets a precedent they might back down. In political speak they are a zero sum you or the guy that's complaining is gonna be upset. But if they get a list of garden sheds, tents, tent garages out buildings,signs, unlicensed and non-operational vehicles, commercial vehicles parked in residential areas as well as a list of every pothole, every sidewalk that is non ADA conforming, every intersection that doesn't have an ADA compliant curb cut and faded or obstructed traffic signs they realize that several hundred people will be mad and they are out of money for repairs that's enough for them to not get re-elected. Demand they tell you who complained, when they balk mention that the 8th amendment gives you the right to know your accuser and let them know they'll be a co-defendant. If it can't be seen from off property then go for the trespassing charge. You'll still have to take down the treehouse but they might have to eat criminal charges
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