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Feds plan to chop down Idaho man’s $14,000 treehouse

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Tremain Albright has spent more than $14,000 building and renovating a treehouse along the Kootenai River in Bonners Ferry, Idaho. But the Army Corps of Engineers says the house must be torn down or the city could lose more than $128,000 in federal funding.

KTVB reports that the Army Corps of Engineers says the house is too close to a water levy in the river and could damage the levy if the tree were to collapse.


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Comment by Andy Anduer
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 The Feds keep saying "it could" or "it might". They are not God. We are still one nation under God. The tree belongs to God. The tree house has lasted all these years.Maybe you can find a tree Dr. to help you. The Feds have no rights there. Keep it in the courts until their law is  nullified.

Comment by Joe Tittiger
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F the Feds send the unconstitutional carpetbaggers packing. Nullify what ever they try to do.

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