British real estate agent Paul Rodgerson will have to pay 3,000 pounds in fines and legal costs for painting his office building the wrong color. Local officials ruled the yellow he painted the building wasn't a shade listed in local building rules. "It isn't about the color—it is about complying, and I believe we have to enforce it as we have to live together as a community," said Derbyshire Dales District Council member Irene Ratcliffe. Rodgerson will also have to repaint the building in an approved color.
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