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Are bigger fines needed for homeowners in Minot who don't maintain their lawns?

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Aug-06-13 11:47 AM

what is the fine and what has to be the conditions for the fine to be issued? anyone know???

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Aug-02-13 4:38 PM

Hotdog had a really nice yard that was well kept--he passed away and the realtors are renting the property and not maintaining it.(no one is currently residing) Now the lawn is overgrown with weeds and the grass has not been mowed--enforce the laws or regulation whatever--if not get rid of it all together.

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Aug-01-13 9:53 PM

muleskinner, You don't live in Minot, so you aren't aware that most of the lots that have 6' weeds are abandoned with or without any structures. There has been no water service at these lots since 2011.

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Aug-01-13 8:53 PM

Blood suckers.

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Aug-01-13 7:10 PM

Republicans cut taxes -- but then raise fines on everything they don't like.

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Aug-01-13 10:45 AM

We don't need bigger fines they just need to be enforced. Right now they only contact the owner if someone complains and then it takes weeks before anything happens. It's that way at least in my neighborhood

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Aug-01-13 9:50 AM

Here is the solution:

Send a notice to homeowners who do not cut their lawns and inform them that the water service will be terminated one week after the notice is received.

Problem solved.

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Aug-01-13 8:54 AM

So is it ok to say "demoniacs" about the other party?

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Aug-01-13 6:19 AM

i don't know what the fines are now, but i've seen quite a few lawns that could be hayed rather than mowed. for the amt of property/sales taxes we pay in the magic city, the city could almost mow our lawns for us.

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