The showdown between Florence Fang’s “Flintstone House” and the city of Hillsborough appears set.
Fang’s attorney, Angela Alioto, said they expect to file a response to the city’s “public nuisance” lawsuit next week. She also says they plan to file a cross complaint.
Alioto declined to discuss legal aspects of the case during an open house Monday as media toured the iconic home visible to thousands of motorists on Interstate 280.
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But she did credit Fang for saving the property in 2017. “The house was vacant for two years, it could have really been a true eyesore, really a true nuisance. It could have been boarded up,” said Alioto.
“And here Mrs. Fang comes along and makes it into her dream.”
Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle