Controversial Flintstones Theme Homeowners filed a lawsuit against the city of Hillsborough. in the suburbs of San Francisco Alleging that she violated local laws when she placed a dinosaur sculpture in the backyard and make other landscape adjustments that make local officials have to report the public’s distress
The deal would allow Fred Flintstone – whose catchphrase “Yabba, Dabba, do it!” – and his friends to remain.
In a dispute over property rights violations that violate government rules and appear in international media, retired publisher Florence Fang. has defended her colorful and bulbous home. and a elaborate homage to The Flintstones family, which features a 1960s cartoon-inspired sculpture with aliens and Other weirdness
Fang told The Guardian in 2019: “I want to decorate with a unified past and future. I call that ‘Over the Rainbow’”
She also said “I’m just a tired old woman. I just want my peaceful life. I am a retired old woman on a regular basis. But of course it’s a little different. I have all kinds of dreams.”
Fang’s house was built by architect William Nicholson in 1976. However, the city called the creation of Fang’s dream sculpture “a sight to behold” and was sued.
The city’s lawyer said residents must obtain permits before the sculptures can be installed, regardless of the theme.
Hillsborough went to court in 2019 after Fang failed to comply with multiple strike orders. including an order to remove properties around multi-million dollar properties with a 2,730 square foot home.
Fang sues back
The Daily Post in Palo Alto first reported news of the settlement on Thursday.
Hillsborough lawyer Mark Hudak It was said earlier that the city prides itself on its rural atmosphere that feels like a forest and the rules it prevails. “Neighbors don’t have to look at your version of what you want, and you don’t have to look at theirs.”
according to the legal record The settlement stipulates that the city will review and approve landscape improvement surveys. Fang, on the other hand, will apply for a construction permit. The city will pay Fang $125,000 and she will settle the lawsuit. which was dismissed in state court on April 27.