More rain, more weeds could mean more citations
Shari V. Hill Sun-NewsChris Lucero, lot equipment operator for the city of Las Cruces, sprays herbicide on overgrown weeds Monday in an alleyway off of Nevarez Street.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Las Cruces Sun-News.
#1 Sep 11, 2013
How many code enforcers does Las Cruces have?
#2 Sep 11, 2013
The City needs to get it's own house in order. Last month I was cited and given days to clear my lawn. Since that time I have seen countless properties under city control which were extremely overgrown. Codes is meant to do one thing and that is raise revenue for a city that cant control it's spending.
Add your comments below
|Flood damage leads to lawsuit (Jul '09)||21 hr||Jason||13|
|Price gouging accusations probed by attorney ge...||Wed||Noo||2|
|Michelle Grossman - About NBC 10 News Story - W... (Mar '08)||Wed||Bobster II||805|
|Trump apologizes, but also calls crude remarks ...||Oct 25||southern at heart||943|
|Dare County estimates Matthew caused $52 millio...||Oct 24||Randy l||1|
|Trump, Clinton campaigns watch for Matthew's im...||Oct 24||Hillary Vomit||2|
|More than 437,000 reported power outages in Sou...||Oct 24||will morgan||1|
Find what you want!
Search Weather Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC