Building permit from 2009 leads to criminal complaint; property owner cleared of forgery charge after lengthy legal process
By Tracy Harris
Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 3:50 pm
Residents of Barrickman Lane have learned a lot of lessons lately, thanks to a barn, a lawsuit and a lot of confusion.
At the heart of the issue is the two-story duplex-style barn at 2900 Barrickman Lane in Goshen.
In 2009, Gay Robertson filed for a building permit to construct a $90,000 structure on property zoned AG-1. Robertson also filed for a farm exemption, which excused her from typical planning & zoning fees, which would have totaled almost $500.
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