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Lubbock police to check for code violations in Harwell neighborhood

Provided by Lubbock Police Department

The Code Administration Section of the Lubbock Police Department will be conducting a field exercise in the Harwell neighborhood on Thursday, March 22, 2012 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The boundaries of this exercise will be Ave A, 50th St, Interstate 27, and 34th St.

A field office will be set up at the south east corner of 40th Street and Avenue A in front of Lubbock Welding Supply to provide information regarding Code Administration activities and City of Lubbock services. A roll off container will also be available at this location for citizens of the deployment area to dispose of bulky items.

The object of this exercise will be to identify violations relating to Junked Vehicles, Nuisance Weeds and Rubbish, Substandard Housing, and Zoning. Code Administration Inspectors will be talking to the public to provide education regarding these types of violations, citing violations, and possibly abating violations during this exercise.

If you have any questions, please call Stuart Walker at 775-3195.

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