Blade’s Janet Stengle tells MHLivingNews that, “Jamie and Kelly Rye and their children, Jonah, 6, and Jane, 3, moved into their tiny home in Spencer Township last month. Complete with a fully furnished kitchen, compost toilet, multifunctional living space, and two lofts, the 360-square-foot house was built by Mr. Rye and his stepfather over the past year.
But on move-in day, a township zoning inspector arrived, asking for a permit. Then, in the days following, the health department also showed up, noting a violation.”
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(Photo credit, Lori King/Toledo Blade.)
Story submitted to the Daily Business News, by Frank Griffin, for MHProNews.