Dan, how this one came about was because several waterfront property owners in the area have travel trailers sitting on them.
The people on the other side of the road, in other words not directly on the waterfront itself, got their noses out of joint because the trailers spoiled their view.
Never mind that a waterfront lot runs into the vicinity of $300,000.00 plus with nothing on it. The lots across the road are $150,000 less.
I'm having a bit of a hard time digesting this one, because the lower priced lots rise up quickly from the lake and they can very easily see over every trailer that is there.
But you are also right in that if someone challenges the law it likely will not stand up. Even the area director says that it's a really grey area. I just hope that nobody ever bothers to be so inconsiderate as to complain about any other properties. If they are that excited about it, buy the waterfront lot right in front of them.
OK, fess up...which one of you clowns stole my sig? It was right here a second ago.