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Oct 23, The Percy brothers had no permit from their Michigan township when they cut down thousands of trees on their own land. Now they face up to, in penalties.
Fight fight fight.
Oct 12, Wayne County property owners could face, fine. By Triangle tree cutting Arnold October 12, Gary and Matt Percy, brothers and business owners in Canton Township, Michigan, face nearly a half a million dollars in fines after they removed trees from their own property without the township's permission.
Many of the plants the Wayne County township is classifying as trees are actually invasive species, according to the brothers’. Oct 23, The brothers were originally told they would be fined, but local officials said Matt and Gary could settle the dispute by paying, The brothers' attorney, Michael Pattwell, told bushfalling.bar that they did not need a permit because of"a farming exemption in.
The Percy brothers had no permit from their Michigan township when they cut down thousands of trees on their own land.
By: Kim Russell.
Now they face up to, in penalties. The fine was in excess of, The linked article says it looks like the brothers are going to fight this government overreach in court as me dino thinks they should.
Maybe this is why the Canton Township must have said,"Hey whoa wid that! How about, instead of paying, plus, you boys instead pay a fine of ONLY,?