Watertown man vows to keep his fence after City Council refuses to change rule
There are 2 comments on the Watertown Daily Times story from Dec 2, 2013, titled Watertown man vows to keep his fence after City Council refuses to change rule. In it, Watertown Daily Times reports that:
Jacob S. Johnson vowed Monday night that he will not tear down his chain-link fence in his Mullin Street yard - even after Watertown City Council members rejected his plea to be allowed to keep it.
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#1 Dec 4, 2013
I agree unless it is causing some kind of harm to the area, this is the man's property and why should any government make a ruling as to a nice looking chain link fence. We had one a few years back and it never presented a problem with any of our neighbors in our community. Fences make for good neighbors normally no arguments and you always had a place to lean on when chatting.
#2 Dec 6, 2013
i gotta agree with the Big Dog on this one
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