Boatner has the right to do anything she wants with her property. Except violate ordinances and State building law as Conlee has done.
Conlees have failed to prove the privacy screen is definitely offensive, seriously annoying or intolerable, accordingly, it does not constitute a nuisance.
The County Attorney has the duty to prosecute all criminal offenses in his County. Mike Short advised me he would decide who get prosecuted in Lee County. I get summoned to court because "Mark Conlee said I gave him the finger." I don't do chemicals and if I did, I believe it would be my decision what chemical I would be exposed to. Not Lee County or the City of Montrose officials.
Evidence based on hearsay, “Mark Conlee says” when my evidence was hard copy documents, photos and witnesses described as “experts in their own right” and compelling list of witnesses in its own right.
Conlee sues Boatner for installing privacy curtain. Boatner was well within her legal rights to install a privacy curtain. The fact that he is and has been routinely unlawfully trespassing by applying toxic chemicals to her property having been told not to. He sues her for using her property as she chose to assuring no encroachment on Conlee's property indicates Conlee has a personality disorder.
Witnesses on Boatner's behalf These individuals were intended to be witnesses in a case that should have been titled Boatner vs. City of Montrose, Ia, that is what Steve Swan was hired to do, that complaint was never filed. Steve Swan assured me that he filed the complaint against the city several times,it was he … Continue reading Witnesses on Boatner’s behalf
Building official refuses to address nuisance drainage concerns caused by illegal non conforming property redevelopment.
Mark Conlee check into this matter, not with the authorized official, but with his brother Lee County Detective Bob Conlee, who has no jurisdiction in the City of Montrose.
Srate drainage law does no permit an individual to change the natural flow of a water way to divert storm water onto a neighboring property
We need a ditch between us.
photo showing basement crawlspace of Boatner home, front of home facing city street light in color indicates dry, Left side of photo facing Conlee property dark soil indicates saturated soil from storm water runoff and foundation washed out