<span style='font-family: System'>CARY
"containment area for relocated yankees"</span>
This used to be a little town of country people which has gone from about 10,000 people to 100,000 (75% or so northerners) in the last few decades. It has seen plenty of growing pains.
My opinion: This town has way too many rules and regs and one bunch of very uptight inhabitants. They used the "sign ordinance" often, and numerous businesses have had to alter their signs. The sign ordinance has been a major ongoing thing here for years!!!
I ride by this house many days, it is near my office and I can't help but
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ACLU files suit against Cary for violating rights of homeowner
<span style='font-size: 11pt'>Cary, N.C. — The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit against the Town of Cary Thursday challenging the town’s assessment of fines against a Cary homeowner who spray-painted a protest on the front of his home.
The town issued a notice against David Bowden last week, noting that his message – with words that some might find offensive – <span style="color: #FF0000">violates size and color limits set by the town’s sign ordinance.</span>
Bowden hired someone to paint the sign on his home after he claimed <span style="color: #FF0000">a road-widening project left his once-arboreal yard, at 305 SW Maynard Road, void of trees and with a steep slope that funnels rain water into his home.</span>
"The town knows about it and nothing has been done about it at all," Bowden said.
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<span style='font-size: 11pt'>So, what do you think????</span></span>
He is currently being fined $500/day.
He could lose his house.
Should he take it down?
Should they have to buy his house?
or at least fix the damage they caused?