- They are going to issue him a ticket for the violation
- Singh will pay the fines and acquire a proper permit only if the structure is approved by the city inspector.
- Till then no painting.
- A few days ago she informed on Singh's garden that he planted to take some pictures of floral for his upcoming book. City inspector Bonnie Hanson, threatened via a formal letter that will mow down SinGh garden and then charge him and fine him for over grown lawn.
- And like a month ago she almost got SinGh arrested when she complained to the police that there is a thief in Singh's studio with a flash light. In fact it was SinGh him self trying to park his motorbike that had one light.
The city asked him to stop painting. Singh is a creative person and it’s starting to become annoyed at the city for the harassment that is started by a neighbor that used to work in that office. What do they want him to do? The structure survived the terrible storms that came thru Kalamazoo on Friday July 19 that leveled trees in his neighborhood, it is a safe structure.
Singh stated, “I went to their office and I had applied for the permit to which they never responded. Three months are gone by so at the last minute when my project could not wait any longer I did what I had to--build a temporary shed. After so many questions it starts to become very annoying and they should stay on the subject of the permit or stay of my studio."
Singh also plans to reach out to the Governor and the Mayor of Kalamazoo.