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Gripes about lots

It’s all on file and you can see it — just ask

March 21, 2014

From tall grass and weeds to broken sidewalks and junk cars, the city of Marietta receives hundreds of property maintenance complaints every year....

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Mar-21-14 10:23 AM

You can tell the people that have trashy property's from how loud they whine !

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Mar-21-14 7:46 AM

I would say the city streets are bad enough to file a legitimate complaint about...filth, salt, sand, cinders, trash, potholes, faded lines, bumps, humps and trash. Who will "ever" look into this....

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Mar-21-14 5:51 AM

Number 1 nuisance to the city should be the trash-laden recycling center on Colegate that has trash blowing all around the numerous trash dumpsters and onto Colegate. It's an eyesore and a rat trap! The city should monitor their own properties before making an issue about private properties!

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Mar-21-14 5:44 AM

Uncut grass in City parks. Untrimmed City cemeteries. Potholes in City streets. Broken sidewalks and curbs and alleys under City control and lack of maintenance. Untrimmed City trees growing roots into sewer lines for property owners to pay to clean or replace. City tennis and basketball courts and playgrounds a mess. Take care of the basics and stop playing "development gurus" games with our tax money.

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