Judge says towering Bisbee house built legally

Bisbee was a copper town for most of its history, but the arrival of artists and hippies in recent decades transformed it into one of the few liberal outposts in Arizona. /Michael Mello : Los Angeles Times

By Lyda Longa | Herald Review

BISBEE — A towering house on Laundry Hill that has been the object of contention and annoyance for a neighbor who’s been fighting its design and construction for more than a year was built legally, a judge has decided.

That means the saga surrounding the house built by Jon Sky has finally settled now that Cochise County Superior Court Judge Timothy Dickerson issued a decision about the residence last week.

“The court finds that there is no genuine dispute of any material fact,” Dickerson wrote at the beginning of his nine-page decision.


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