Judge: McGrath violating city ordinances by fixing cars
Pete McGrath of Narvick Avenue has been found guilty of violating city of Morris ordinances by operating a business out of his home.
The city had three counts in its complaint against McGrath: operating a business in a residential area, creating a nuisance, and violating the city’s business license ordinance, said City Attorney Scott Belt Monday. The charges stem from McGrath working on vehicles out of his garage and driveway.
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