Tuesday, May 15, 2007

30 Consecutive Days of Blogging (V)

Tomorrow, I travel to Tallahassee, FL to visit my sisters & Bandor. If you one heads on over to the city of Tallahassee's official website, inexplicablly, city web designers thought it important to add a common Code Violations section. Functioning as an on-line advertisment for Tallahassee, perhaps this would be best left out of public view. Let's review the some of the top offenses:

Let it be noted that:

Fences must be constructed of approved materials and must be kept in good repair. Use of materials such as barbed wire, razor wire and electrified fencing are prohibited within residentially zoned areas.

Let it also be noted that:

A derelict/inoperable vehicle is one that does not display a current license tag and/or is not equipped with all parts required to legally and safely operate on public streets and/or cannot be driven under its own power. Derelict/inoperable vehicles cannot be stored except in a fully enclosed, legally constructed building.

Finally, we shant forget that:

All wood, siding, shingles, roof covering, railings, walls, ceilings, porches, doors, windows, screens and any other exterior parts of residential structures must be maintained in weather-tight, rodent proof, sound condition and in good repair. Interior walls, ceilings, floors, doors and hardware must be in sound condition and in good repair. Electrical, heating and plumbing fixtures shall be installed in accordance with local codes and maintained in good and safe repair.

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