For seven years, Desford Potts had owned a six-acre tract of land within the corporate limits of the city of Franklin. The tract contained a livestock barn in which Potts stored lumber and other building materials. Bricks were also stored in stacks four or ﬁve feet high outside and behind the barn. Franklin passed a zoning ordinance by virtue of which Pottsâ€™s lot was classiﬁed as residential property. Soon afterward, Potts movedsome sawn logs onto his back lot, and the city complainedthat Pottsâ€™s use of his property for storage of building materi-als was a â€˜â€˜nonconforming use.â€™â€™ Potts then brought an actionto enjoin interference by the city of Franklin. Explain whether Potts will prevail.
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