Elaborate construction lands homeowner in hot water

Los Angeles County is prosecuting a creative homeowner who began building a 20,000-square-foot compound called Phonehenge West three decades ago in the mountain town of Acton. Alan Fahey could face seven years in jail if he loses the jury trial and doesn’t tear down his mini-village, which sits atop pilings made from phone utility poles. Phonehenge features a 70-foot tower covered in Italian stained glass, a yurt and a labyrinthine network of buildings connected by bridges and ramps.

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