His lawn overgrew while he was tending to his mom's estate. Now, he faces foreclosure and a $30,000 fine.

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His lawn overgrew while he was tending to his mom’s estate. Now, he faces foreclosure and a $30,000 fine.

His lawn overgrew while he was tending to his mom’s estate. Now, he faces foreclosure and a $30,000 fine.

WAPO-

The grass got long. Jim Ficken knows it.

But was it so long that he should have to pay the city of Dunedin, Fla., nearly $30,000 and lose his home to foreclosure?

Ficken, for one, would rather ask a judge.

The 69-year-old retiree is now at risk of losing his home because he doesn’t have the $29,833.50 plus interest that he needs to resolve the exorbitant fines that accrued while he was away in South Carolina for nearly two months last summer, tending to his deceased mother’s estate, according to a lawsuit he filed against the city of Dunedin last week.

[WASHINGTON POST]

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