Are you in compliance?
PRINCETON — Princeton Police Chief Tom Root is reminding residents to make sure their properties are in compliance with the city’s nuisance codes.
Root said this is an annual courtesy reminder, but he is issuing it a bit earlier this year because of the recent rains and flooding. The reminder deals with foul odors and filth, rubbish and dry grass on properties, and what happens if residents don’t comply with the city code.
According to Section 9-137 of the Princeton City Code, residents cannot conduct any business or use any premises which creates an offensive or foul odor that would taint the air and render it nauseous to persons in the vicinity. Also, residents may not keep or maintain any animal in an unclean or filthy manner or surroundings, or keep or maintain any animal which emits any particularly foul or offensive odor.
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