Greenfield collectors fight town over claim they're using home as museum

GREENFIELD — A local couple has been displaying their collection of antique appliances and machines for more than six years, allowing schoolchildren and interested adults alike to browse through everything from antique sewing machines to antique cars. But the collection is housed in their home and yard, and according to the town’s code enforcement officer, that’s against the town’s building code.


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