HILLSBOROUGH, Calif. (KGO) -- The town of Hillsborough has filed a suit against the iconic "Flintstone House" owner, calling the cartoon-inspired dwelling "a public nuisance."
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Florence Fang, former publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle, purchased the home at 45 Berryessa Way for $2.8 million in 2017.
She's since added a herd of dinosaur sculptures and other landscaping structures to accommodate future parties.
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The suit alleges Fang's modifications are in violation of several municipal codes.
Town of Hillsborough suing owner of iconic 'Flintstone House'