Some background facts: Annie inherited a house on Main Street from her grandmother, Granny. The structure was built in 1905 as a one-story residential home. At the time, the area was zoned residential. In 1950, the area was rezoned to DT, or downtown commercial, which allowed only commercial uses; that zoning still applies today. The house was used as a residence until 1963 when the property was turned into Grannys Griddle, a restaurant known for the best breakfasts in town. Grannys had a neon sign in the front yard that blinked Grannys Griddle eat at Grannys Griddle. A CUP was issued in 1963 by the Planning Commission that only states, One neon sign allowed for Grannys Griddle. Grannys Griddle shut down in 2004 and the sign was shut off at that time. Granny died in 2010. It is unclear if Granny lived in the house between 1963 and 2010. No one has lived there since. The zoning applicable to the site would allow an auto mechanic, retail store, or a restaurant, but residential uses are now not allowed.