Date registered: Aug 2002
Vehicle: 2021 SL770
Location: Fountain Hills, AZ
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Suggestions from the peanut gallery
The owners of a large undeveloped lot across the street from my home want to split the lot in two (three really, but they're probably going to settle for two) and ask for an exception to a zoning ordinance. The part of the lot that opposes my home is best described as a cliff. It's very steep and quite deep, but they have apparently determined that the lot can be developed if the home is built 20' from the curb, rather than the 40' setback currently required. Any suggestion as to how to fight this rezoning attempt? There is a hearing next week, which I plan to attend. The only argument I can think to present is that I don't want an effing McMansion across the street 20' from the damned cub, casting a shadow on my home. I'm not sure that sounds entirely persuasive.
"If spending money you don't have is the height of stupidity, borrowing money to give it away is the height of insanity." -- anon