The city’s method of dealing with uncut lawns changed slightly at Monday night’s City Council meeting in Marshall. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with City Administrator Connie Latimer:
When grass reaches a certain length, the city goes in and mows it. Latimer says using a private company instead of city departments lessens their cost to cut offenders’ lawns. The first ticket is $123.50, and increases with each additional violation.