Dennis Kocher, A Veteran of Vietnam, told he can no longer make furniture for military families, which he's done for the last decade, inside the garage of his California home
A war veteran who builds furniture in his garage and gives it to military families in need could be forced to shut down the saws.
A homeowners association is telling Dennis Kocher he needs to close up shop after years of doing business, or he could be fined between $100 and $1,000.
“Everyone who received my furniture or responsible for dispersing it gave me this gift and it’s something I’ll treasure forever,” Kocher added. Kocher was originally told that he had to get a business permit, which he did in 2012, but the HOA came up with a new complaint.
“Now they’ve come back to me and said I’m producing odors and noxious fumes,” he said.
“I don’t make a profit. The money I spend is my own money, my own time and talents and I build it to give to the Beale Air Force Base"Watch the video- Shut down by the HOA
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