The Kittery, Maine, plumbing contractor has lined his property with 17 commodes of varying shapes and sizes as an act of protest against his town's decision to make additions to the middle school across the street from his home.
"Originally, it was intended to be a pretty obvious political statement toward the town," Linscott told Foster's Daily Democrat.
Renovations were made to Kittery's Shapleigh Middle School after a nearby elementary school was shut down. Linscott says the subsequent road widening and street parking have led to flooding and people wandering onto his property.
"I was very vocal at all the meetings and went through the entire process," Linscott said. "We were told, 'Yes, we're listening,' and then they did what they wanted."
Town Manager Keith Baldi says he doesn't appreciate being pooh-poohed as the town tries to rectify the conflict while meeting a tight budget.
"We're not through," Baldi said. "Our town planner is trying to set up neighborhood meetings and to begin to address some of the issues."
Although Linscott doesn't seem to have any plans to the pull the plug on his protest, which has been ongoing since last fall, he also realizes that it probably stinks to look at his lawn.
"I feel bad for my neighbors," he said. "I hope they don't take offense to it."
Read more at Foster's Daily Democrat.
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