Storage of computer and parts in the residential area

From: Mike Ford <>
Date: Fri Jun 8 12:25:38 2001

>You know they can't prove he ever got the letter unless it was served or
>sent (and signed for) by certified or registered mail.

My policy is polite, stupid, but persistent. I found the city municipal
code online last night and read all the sections, and even made a cross
reference seach. Home Occupation is defined as;

HOME OCCUPATION - Any accessory activity carried out for financial gain
which is conducted within a dwelling unit or an accessory structure to the

I may have had some visions of financial gain, but time has proven
otherwise. The irony here is that if I was selling a bunch of stuff I
wouldn't have stacks around the livingroom.

I'm giving myself about half a hour to settle down, then I call to see how
it will go. This isn't something that will get better on its own.

BTW I am fairly sure of what set this off. On 5/29 the condo association
board toured the complex and noted that my trash and recycle bins were
setting on my front porch (which isn't visible from the street) and four
computers were stacked on top of them. Three days later I get a "or else"
letter from the association, and now about a week later this letter from
city zoning. This is the part of being in a condo I hate, the mindless
petty rules.

For the curious the codes are all here, just do a search on home occupation
Received on Fri Jun 08 2001 - 12:25:38 BST

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