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Most of the county is probably unaware of the newly proposed “Nuisance Codes” that will restrict people from having RVs, boats, motorcycles, large pick-up trucks, trailers, or too many cars at their property and particularly discriminate against people who can’t afford large properties with hidden parking areas.
However, many citizens waited for hours at Tuesday’s county council meeting to express their strong opposition to these proposed codes.
A preliminary estimate predicts that the proposed “Nuisance Codes,” with its many diverse restrictive/controlling sections, could make half the properties in the county out of compliance. Another example of the restrictive nature of these codes is the prohibition of numerous species of weeds on properties. The county will employ compliance “police” to enforce these codes. Non-compliance will result in large fines and criminal prosecution for repeated violators.
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