|Published: 9:00 AM, 03/13/2013
Author: Tommy Millsaps
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
continue to look for ways to make the town look cleaner.
During Monday night's Sweetwater
Regional Planning Commission workshop, City Planning Officer Scott
Wilson said he believes the Codes Enforcement arm of the Planning
Department has found a way with proposed code changes and by using a
new law, which allows the city to have an administrative law judge
impose larger fines for code violations.
Wilson said one problem keeping the
city from looking its best is a large amount of clutter around
houses. Wilson said toys, firewood and many other items are piled up
around houses in town.
See full story in the Wednesday, March 13, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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