City of New Germany Ordinance 91
ORDINANCE NO. 91
CITY OF NEW GERMANY
CARVER COUNTY, MINNESOTA
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING PUBLIC NUISANCES AND JUNKED AND ABANDONED VEHICLES IN THE CITY OF NEW GERMANY, AS AUTHORIZED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUES AND PROVIDING FOR DUE PROCESS, AND PENALTY FOR VIOLATION.
June 25, 2007
The following is the official summary of Ordinance No. 91 of the City of New Germany adopted June 19, 2007, pertaining to the resolution of public nuisances and junked and abandoned vehicles in the city.
The City of New Germany has adopted an ordinance pertaining to nuisances affecting health, peace, safety and aesthetics, and abandoned or disabled or unlicensed vehicles.
The ordinance defines a public nuisance and declares certain conditions or activities affecting health, peace, safety and aesthetics to be nuisances. The ordinance also declares certain types of junked vehicles and other property on private property to be a nuisance, prohibits abandoned, disabled or unlicensed vehicles and provides for notice of abatement, taking, impoundment and disposal of such vehicles.
A PRINTED COPY OF THIS ENTIRE ORDINANCE IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AND REVIEW BY ANY PERSON AT THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE CITY OF NEW GERMANY AT THE NEW GERMANY CITY HALL, 300 BROADWAY STREET EAST, NEW GERMANY, MINNESOTA 55367.
Joan Guthmiller, Clerk
Published in the Herald Journal July 2, 2007