KITTERY, Maine (AP) — A Maine plumber has put more than a dozen toilets on his lawn to protest a town decision that he feels led to more parking on the street where he lives.
David Linscott says the 17 toilets of various designs and colors outside his Kittery home are meant to show his disdain for the closing of an elementary school, which led to more parking near a now-expanded middle school.
Linscott tells Foster's Daily Democrat people now wander onto his properties.
Leave it to the Mainers to take an original, um, stand on issues like this. You can't fault his approach, implementation or humor. He takes Teddy's motto to heart "Do what you can with what you have where you are." Props.