It has been several years since Artur (Art) and Margaret Rojsza began remodeling what was a two-story farmhouse at 2147 Main Street by lifting it…
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The latest in a series of court appearances
The spire top was adorned with a ribbon and message acknowledging Internation Women's Day.
The clock tower spire is scheduled to be lifted up at 10:04am on Wednesday.
The clock faces are graphics complete with the minute and hour arms set at 10:04.
The long and involved tale of the Ferndale "clock tower" continues.
It has been 6 years since Artur and Margaret Rojsza began remodeling their two-story farmhouse at 2147 Main Street by lifting it several feet above its original foundation. Since then, the project has landed the Rojszas in court time and time again. This week saw another of those times.
In February, Whatcom County Superior Court heard arguments from lawyers representing the City of Ferndale and lawyers representing Artur Rojsza, builder and owner of the “clock tower” residence at 2147 Main Street, and his wife Margaret. The court then rendered a decision which, in part, required the Rojszas to make repairs and replace materials on their residence while also refusing to require the Rojszas to pay penalties the city was seeking.
Almost exactly one year after entering into an agreement with the City of Ferndale, owners and builders of the “clock tower,” Artur and Margaret Rojsza, found themselves sitting in court again defending construction of their residence.