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Property code puts city in charge of minimum standards

February 4, 2013

Marietta City Council’s Planning, Zoning and Annexation committee is conducting a series of public meetings about the city’s need to update its minimum housing codes, junk car rules and a variety of......

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ReasonableVoice

Feb-17-13 3:27 PM

After decoding your secret message, I've come to the conclusion that City Council isn't likely to listen to someone who can't spell the word "drain".

I'll hedge a bet that the city is hoping to update their policies in an effort to make the West Side not look like a third world country.

Who of us can disagree with an attempt to make our city look nicer? If you can disagree with it... why?

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letfreedomring

Feb-27-13 2:28 PM

The bigger question is why does the city of Marietta wait for a complaint form a neighbor to do something about negligent land owners? I have lived beside the "West Side Dump" (313 Franklin Street) for many years. To my recollection there has never been a time when a city official or department took action independantly without a complaint from another citizen. I long for the days when we had foot patrol officers who took responsiblity for a neighborhood.

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