Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Five of 11 citations issued over a 2-year period against William Andrew Kops related to his Fox Point property have been dropped.
A Fox Point man has had five citations claiming violation of Fox Point’s time-share ordinance dismissed. The ordinance, enacted in 2011, requires all time-share properties to meet state statutes and to be part of the village's Planned Development Overlay zoning. William Andrew Kops received at least 11 municipal citations related to rental of his property at 721 E. Daisy Ln. over a 2-year period, but saw the most recent five of them dismissed, according to Fox Point's court clerk office. Kops had hearings over the citations moved to Glendale, and there a municipal judge dismissed the tickets. “We homeowners have property rights, and those property rights have to include the right to rent out one's property,” Kops told Patch. “A time-…
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
William Andrew Kops picked up another citation in mid-August, for violating the village's time-share ordinance.
A Fox Point man has been cited a fifth time for violating the village’s time share ordinance, after police say they discovered he had again agreed to rent out his house. The ordinance, enacted in 2011, requires all time-share properties to meet state statutes and to be part of the village's Planned Development Overlay zoning. Andrew Kops' most recent citation stems from an incident on Aug. 15, where police say he agreed to rent to a Muskego woman and 10 other people for five days. Kops was issued four citations — one for each day the house was occupied under the rental agreement. It's the latest in a long list of citations linked to his Fox Point house at 721 E. Daisy Ln. Kops said the latest batch of citations aren’t valid under the …
Friday, July 27, 2012
William Andrew Kops picked up two more citations in July for violating the village's time-share ordinance. But his attorney says the ordinance violates a homeowner's constitutional rights.
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Friday, July 27, 2012
For the fourth time in the last year, a Fox Point man has been cited for running afoul of the village's time-share ordinance, an ordinance the man's lawyer says is unconstitutional and doesn’t apply to his client. The ordinance, enacted in 2011, requires all time-share properties to meet state statutes and to be part of the village's Planned Development Overlay zoning. William Andrew Kops received his latest municipal citation in early July, after a California woman and her family agreed to rent his property at 721 E. Daisy Ln. Police received an anonymous call about people coming and going from the house on July 2. Police responded to the home and saw a U-haul truck in the driveway, according to the police report. After knocking on the …
Friday, February 17, 2012
Two women claim they paid more than $2,000 to stay in a home that was filled with old food and dirty laundry.
A Fox Point man ran into trouble with police when he was accused by two out-of-state women renting them a home that wasn't exactly as advertised. William Andrew Kops posted an ad on Craigslist that offered his home at 721 E. Daisy Ln. as a four-bedroom, 3,400-square-foot, Frank Lloyd Wright inspired vacation home. However, when the women gave Kops their security deposit, they had no idea the home's condition would not be what was promised. According to Fox Point police reports: A Belmont, VT, resident filed a report with Fox Point police after an incident with Kops over the summer. The woman had found the listing on Craigslist, contacted Kops and paid $2,000 for the week of Aug. 1 through Aug. 7, as well as a $1,300 security deposit and a…