WESTMORLAND — Residents will share their concerns about the nuisance abatement ordinance the City Council will consider passing during its meeting Wednesday.
The council has been trying to pass an ordinance that would crack down on property owners whose yards have become nuisances or eyesores.
The idea is for a private company to come into the city to do inspections and if the company finds a residence a nuisance or hazard, it would notify the owner under the authority of the city and give the owner time to clean the property.
In recent council meetings, residents have expressed their dislike for some of the ordinance's requirements.
During the last council meeting, Mayor Henry Halcon asked residents if they would create a committee to look over and suggest adjustments to the ordinance.