Frank has talked several times about the issue of grandfathering several times. Here, in classic case of government overreach, a city tried to prevent a MHP owner from refilling his vacant lots. The state supreme court said ‘no’ to the city and upheld the owner’s property rights:
I’ve had little luck getting one of my local cities to reverse a new ban on having RVs in my MHP. RVs have always been there, but the city has said they are ‘dangerous’ and now forbids any more of them from filling lots in my park. Perhaps I should fight it in the courts, but it is a small part of my business.
But I would be very interested in others’ experiences ‘fighting city hall’ as they say.