Neighborhood dispute rolls on as ‘stubborn citizen’ clings to his backyard putting green

An Elkhorn man has run out of mulligans.  Eight years ago, Eric Marsh dropped jaws when he began dropping about $350,000 into his property — eventually installing tee boxes, a putting green, boulders, fire cauldrons, a sport court and an infinity-edge pool on his lot and an adjacent lot behind his house near 196th and Emile Streets.  Four years ago, the Fire Ridge homeowners association filed a lawsuit — claiming Marsh’s development strayed from his approved plans and violated the neighborhood’s covenants.  Last year, Douglas County District Judge Kim Pankonin sided with Fire Ridge, ordering Marsh to remove several elements of his wonderland.     Read the article……………

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