Friday, February 15, 2013 at 12:15 am (Updated: February 15, 12:31 am)
Rockwood is taking steps to make its property maintenance regulations stronger.
“What we did is pass a series of ordinances that as far as dealing with unkept property we can now go to Chancery Court and get something done — get a lien against the property and either make them pay or we can sell it and get our money back,” said Mayor James Watts.
Changes to property maintenance regulations include additional wording in various sections. Changes call for a notice to run in the local newspaper for two weeks if a violator cannot be found.
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