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What is one thing that could be done TODAY to improve the Woodland Heights neighborhood?
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concentrated code enforcement
Aug 09, 2012 Lyla D

Our neighborhood really started it's major improvement when we received the concentrated code enforcement. Now we must call and complain about violations...and people are not calling in these violations. The "unsightly" violations are creeping back and it doesn't speak well of a caring neighborhood.

We could make an instant improvement by re-establishing the concentrated code so that our inspector would write up any violation he sees...and there are many! Junk cars,stacks of tree branches in the front yard, cars parked on the front yard, garbage containers left at the curb,ect.

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