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April 5th, 11:32 am
City of Muskegon Heights

Do you know you must maintain the alley behind your home or business? Emergency responders sometimes need to get down the alley to access fires and down power lines.

Sec. 86-81. - Prohibited growths; accumulations.
No owner of any parcel of land within the city or the agent of such owner shall permit on such parcel of land or upon any sidewalk abutting the land, or upon that portion of any street or alley adjacent to the land between the property line and the curb or traveled portion of such street or alley, any growth of weeds, grass or other rank vegetation to a greater height than eight inches on the average, or any accumulation of dead weeds, trees, grass, leaves, or brush. Nor shall such owner or agent permit on such land poison ivy, ragweed or any other poisonous, noxious or unhealthful growths.

(Code 1965, § 9.34; Ord. No. 02-533, 4-22-02; Ord. No. 08-567, 4-14-08)
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City doesn't even plow the alley behind my business on 7th Street. I have to hire a private company to do. Also to aquire a Business License you will need a building inspection and fire inspection prior to them issuing your license. 25 years in the Hts never had to do

So maintain your part of the alley, but the city can't even maintain their vacant lots?

April 2nd, 3:17 pm
City of Muskegon Heights

Burning Ban has been put in place for the City of Muskegon Heights. ... See MoreSee Less

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There should be NO burning im the City of Muskegon Heights. As Democrates we stand to stop things that are harmful to the ozone. We need to pass laws to stop burning and stop using gasoline cars too!!

Who cleans the alleys

March 29th, 1:19 pm
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