The sidewalk in front of Eric Kaplan’s home in DuPont is heaved and convulsed from tree roots that have lifted the sidewalk to unsafe heights. Kaplan, a retired veteran and father of two, testified last year against a city of DuPont ordinance revision that would have made homeowners pay for damage and repair of sidewalks. His opinion prevailed.
The sidewalk in front of Eric Kaplan’s home in DuPont is heaved and convulsed from tree roots that have lifted the sidewalk to unsafe heights. Kaplan, a retired veteran and father of two, testified last year against a city of DuPont ordinance revision that would have made homeowners pay for damage and repair of sidewalks. His opinion prevailed. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
The sidewalk in front of Eric Kaplan’s home in DuPont is heaved and convulsed from tree roots that have lifted the sidewalk to unsafe heights. Kaplan, a retired veteran and father of two, testified last year against a city of DuPont ordinance revision that would have made homeowners pay for damage and repair of sidewalks. His opinion prevailed. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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