WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) -- Zeb Postelwait of Washington state always wanted to build a treehouse for his sons. He got the chance last summer after moving into a Wenatchee home with a big tree in the front yard.
Two months later he received his first notice from the city to tear it down.
The Wenatchee World reports (http://bit.ly/OourOL ) officials say the treehouse overhangs the sidewalk, threatening public safety. Postelwait disagrees.
City officials say he could keep it if he takes out a $1 million insurance policy. But Postelwait says no way.
The city is prepared to seek a court order to remove the treehouse and send Postelwait the bill. He feels the city is harassing him.
Information from: The Wenatchee World, http://www.wenatcheeworld.com
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