Citation (Citation #: 2020-00000828.3)
Wed, Feb 5, 2020 8:21 AM
Total Citation Amount:
Name of Person Cited:
BRANTLEY HAROLD & DIANE & BILLINGSLEY BARRY
Property in Violation:
1767 PATRICK WAY
BOWLING GREEN KY 42104
PVA Parcel #: 040B44 092
BRANTLEY HAROLD & DIANE
PO BOX 1133
BOWLING GREEN KY 421021133
Code Enforcement Officer:
Wed, Feb 5, 2020 8:30 AM
Code Violations (2)
BGKY C27 27.5.03.a. a Unlicensed/Inoperable Motor Vehicle Property Code / Amendments to Property Maintenance Code / Motor Vehicles / Unlicensed/Inoperable Motor Vehicle
No inoperative or unlicensed motor vehicle, whether repairable or not, shall be parked, kept or stored on any public right-of way. No junk motor vehicle, shall be parked, kept or stored on any private premises longer than three (3) calendar days unless contained within an approved enclosed building. No motor vehicle shall at any time be in a state of major disassembly, disrepair or in the process of being stripped or dismantled unless contained within an approved enclosed building. * 27.1.03 Definitions: Junk Motor Vehicle “Junk Motor Vehicle” is any inoperable motor vehicle, whether repairable or not, without a current valid license plate, or which is rusted, wrecked, discharged, partially or totally dismantled or abandoned. There is an unlicensed and/or inoperable vehicle on the premises. This vehicle has been present at this location in this condition for an extended period of time. Multiple attempts have been made for over a year to work with the tenant and property owner to bring the property into compliance regarding this violation without voluntary compliance. The property owner and tenant have been notified several times by mailed Notice of Violation, door hanger, text, phone call and face-to-face contact at the property without result. No further Notice will be given regarding this violation prior to issuance of additional fines/citations. To avoid fines/citations repair/remove any and all inoperable/unlicensed vehicles from the premises by the date listed above.
BGKY C27 27.6.05.c Exterior Use or Storage of Indoor Furniture Property Code / Nuisances / Certain Conditions Declared a Nuisance
It shall be unlawful for the owner, occupant or person having control or management of any public or private land within the City to permit a public nuisance to develop thereon. Public nuisances include, but are not limited to, the following conditions: Exterior use or storage of indoor furniture. The use or storage of furniture which is upholstered or not designed for outdoor use in an uncovered or exposed area in which it is likely to decay, decompose or retain moisture causing a health hazard There is indoor furniture stored outdoors on the premises at the rear of the building. This is an ongoing violation at this location for which the property owner and tenants have been informed and given an extended period of time to comply. Please remove any and all indoor furniture from an outdoor location on the premises.
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