Jack squat for Tempe man in court battle over junkyard land

From AZ Central video
From AZ Central video

By Richard Ruelas | The Arizona Republic

A man whose family has squatted for more than a century on a patch of land in Tempe has lost his court battle to claim the increasingly valuable plot as his own.

Tempe, a judge ruled, has clear title to the land, which is both historic and an eyesore in the city’s expanding and popular downtown area.

The property is home to both a historic adobe house — among one of the oldest in the region — and a collection of industrial detritus. Steve Sussex has said he takes pride in having this junkyard be in the view of those who own pricey condominiums in the area.

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