Friday, October 14, 2011
Long-range shotgun house.
The ordinance in question would require 5-foot sideyards in the event that plaintiff would construct a residence on her property commonly known as 482 Park Avenue, Glencoe, Illinois. This property measures 25 feet by 198 feet, and, therefore, a residence erected pursuant to the ordinance could measure 15 feet in width at maximum.
Ziman v. Village of Glencoe, 275 N.E.2d 168, 169 (Ill. App. 1971)
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