Currently 3 Responses
- I think the official"s overstepped their boundry"s and violated the owner"s civil right"s it seem"s that more and more local government has gone to extreme"s and even broken the law to get their way without being held accountable for their actions.It"s a sad day when a person tries to improve his home and is viciously pursued by the township in the name of the" law".
- I thought that when a person hired a "professional" as this man apparently did, the "professional" takes care of any required permits. Why is code enforcement going after a homeowner when they should be questioning this electrician. It is his electrician's qualifications and motivativations which should be investigated..
The 4th Amendment protects this homeowner from illegal searches.
- I am familiar with this house. The owner did a fantastic job of updating an otherwise ordinary looking house into one that sparkles. The owner should be applauded by the Code Enforcement Board not hounded by it.
17 Night of Fish, Fun & Fright
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
18 Jewels on the Bay Showhouse
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tiny trio tours safety facilities
Commissioner Lynn Larson’s three grandchildren, Zander, 9, Zora, 8, and Zoe Ramsey, 5, got a close-up look at what Longboat Key police and firefighters do to keep residents safe earlier this month, during a tour of the police and north fire stations.
Mar Vista dollars to benefit local teen
Mar Vista Dockside Restaurant & Pub’s walls and ceiling are covered with dollar bills, signed and decorated by patrons. Every few years the restaurant removes the bills for a good cause.
'We Are The Marines'
That is how Maj. Brian Dix introduced “The Commandant’s Own” U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps July 4, at Avery Fisher Hall.