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June 02, 2010 - BRANDON TOWNSHIP

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BRANDON TOWNSHIP

PROPERTY OWNERS

Brandon Township Noxious Weed Ordinance, #43, Sec. 35.200-35.280, requires property owners to destroy noxious weeds before they reach seed-bearing stage, to prevent such weeds from perpetuating themselves and to prevent such weeds from becoming a detriment to the public health, and further to maintain all varieties of grass and weeds to not exceed the height of 12 inches by June 1st, 2010. Failure of property owners to comply with said duties will result in Brandon Township to enter upon owner's land and cut or cause said noxious weeds to be destroyed. Any expenses incurred in cutting or destroying said weeds shall be paid by the owner and the Township shall have a lien against the land for such expense until collected. Further, any owner who refuses to comply with said ordinance will be subject to a fine of up to $100.00 and imprisonment of not more than 90 days in the County jail, or both.

A list of the noxious weeds can be obtained from the Brandon Township Supervisor's office.

Questions can be directed to The Supervisor's Office, (248) 627-4918.

Posted by B. Jean McCreery, CMC, Brandon Township Clerk, 395 Mill Street, PO Box 929, Ortonville, MI 48462

Publish in The Citizen 5-29-10

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