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Residents have been surprised when they find out their sheds don’t meet setback requirements

Kingman’s zoning ordinance, at least in regards to setback requirements for accessory structures, has remained more or less the same since 1971. If a structure was installed before then, it could be grandfathered in. However, if improperly installed after that point in time, the owner could one day have to relocate the shed. (Photo by Vanessa Espinoza/Daily Miner)

Kingman’s zoning ordinance, at least in regards to setback requirements for accessory structures, has remained more or less the same since 1971. If a structure was installed before then, it could be grandfathered in. However, if improperly installed after that point in time, the owner could one day have to relocate the shed. (Photo by Vanessa Espinoza/Daily Miner)

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