Cutting and removing of grass, weeds and other poisonous or harmful vegetation in Madison Township.
Per Township Nuisance Ordinance #2, Section #7.
7.1 No person owning and/or occupying any premises within the township shall fail to keep cut down any grass, ragweed, Canada thistles, burdocks, crabgrass quack grass, wild-growing brush, wild carrots, purple loosestrife, or any noxious weeds growing on property occupied or owned by him/her or growing on the portion of the street which adjoins occupied or owned by the person.
7.2 It shall be the duty of the owner and/or occupant of any premises in the Township to cut, remove or destroy by lawful means, all such weeds and grass as often as may be necessary to comply with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section. Any such weeds or grass which attain a height of eight (8) inches are hereby declared to be a public nuisance.