Who is responsible to remove the tumbleweeds that blow into my property that pile up against my fence?

¿Quién es el responsable de eliminar las plantas corredoras que soplan en mi propiedad que se acumulan en contra de mi cerca?

Answer: The property owner is responsible for the tumble weeds and other items such as leaves that blow onto your property. On occasion some papers or other items may blow onto your property.  If you know where they came from, you may approach the property owner and ask them to clean up.  If they flat out refuse, it may be easier for you to go ahead and clean it, but you can still contact the code enforcement for the problem.

Respuesta: El propietario es responsable de las plantas corredoras y otros artículos tales como hojas que soplan a su propiedad. De vez en cuando algunos papeles u otros objetos pueden volar a su propiedad. Si sabe de dónde vienen, puede dirigirse al propietario y pedirle que limpie. Si ellos se niegan de plano, puede ser más fácil para que usted siga adelante y lo limpie. Pero también pueden llamar al código de ejecución.


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