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KETCHIKAN - The owners of a Ketchikan store hope a Superior Court judge will let them keep a wooden "Fiddler on the Roof" sculpture atop their business.
An appeal filed by Joseph and Helena Machini states the Ketchikan Gateway Borough made a mistake when deciding that artwork should be included when determining if a building exceeds height restrictions. The appeal says the ruling violated the Machinis' freedom of expression, equal protection and due-process rights.
Code enforcers earlier this year ordered the Machinis to remove the bearded fiddler after finding that the wooden figure extends the height of the building beyond a 32-foot limit.
The case has been assigned to Superior Court Judge William B. Carey.