Monday, May 16, 2011
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Timothy Adams isn't backing down.
The Omaha resident has turned a dispute with his neighborhood association into a public battle, putting up billboards, launching a website and taking to social media to publicize a lawsuit filed against him over the installation of solar panels on the roof of his home near Lake Zorinsky.
"It's not about money," said Adams, 49. "It's about sticking up for principles. If it's about spending tens of thousands of dollars educating people, I will do it."