Blue Springs HOA denies child’s playhouse, says it violates ‘no shed policy’ (MO)

A tiny house sits at the center of a huge controversy in the Rockhill neighborhood of Blue Springs, Missouri.  The pink playhouse belongs to Bobbie Goolsby, who bought the structure for her six-year-old granddaughter, Emma.  “Ask anybody, they’ll tell you. She’s everything to our family,” Goolsby said.  The family almost lost Emma to a serious autoimmune disorder. Now, because of her illness, Emma goes to her playhouse each day for breathing treatments.   Read the article…………….

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