VA: Iraq vet’s kids can keep tree house

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November 30, 2011
Fox News    
Posted in LAND News, News, PND News

"A zoning board in Farifax County, Va., has granted a reprieve to a war veteran, allowing him to keep the tree house he built for his two sons in their yard. The Board of Zoning Appeals reversed an earlier decision that had determined Mark Grapin, an Army aviation specialist, had violated zoning regulations when he built the tree house. Grapin said he had contacted Fairfax County and was given assurances that he didn't need any special permits to build the $1,400 tree house, but he later learned his project required a zoning variance because of its prominent location in the yard." (11/30/11)  

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