Structure Removed from Property Ends Investigation

Following up on a post from April 22, The Republican, of Massachusetts, reports that the dwelling on former City Councilor Angela Plassmann’s Northampton property that drew neighborhood complaints has been removed.  Despite her attorney’s insistence that the structure was a properly licensed RV, neighbors said it was “a manufactured home as defined by the Massachusetts building code” in violation of local zoning ordinances that prohibit more than one home on a single property.  Plassmann had resigned from her position on the council following the city’s original complaint, alleging she was being harassed for political reasons.  City Building Commissioner Louis Hasbrouck said it appeared to be a manufactured home.  She originally threatened legal action over the dispute, but chose to remove the structure from her property to stop the “quibbling.”

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