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Slow to mow? Glenville lawn law could cut time

Officials want tardy to get in motion

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Town officials, fed up with overgrown lawns, want to reduce to five the number of days that a cited homeowner has before getting fined. Under existing town law, when a lawn grows taller than 10 inches, the town notifies homeowners that they have 30 to 60 days to mow before the issue goes to court. This system has long been a headache to town officials, who say repeat violators often wait until the time is ...


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