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7/16/08

Codes Exercise Scheduled for South Lubbock Neighborhood

The Code Administration Section of the Lubbock Police Department will be conducting a field exercise in the neighborhoods surrounding Earl Crow Park and McCullough Park on Thursday, July 17, 2008 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 

This exercise area will be bordered by 82nd Street and 98th Street on the north and south, and University Avenue and Indiana Avenue on the east and west.  Code Administration will have a field office set up in the parking lot of Tinsel Town located in the 2500 block of 86th Street.

The object of this exercise will be to identify violations relating to Junked Vehicles, Nuisance Weeds and Rubbish, Substandard Housing, and Zoning.  Code Inspectors will be talking to the public about city ordinances, citing violations, and possibly abating violations during this exercise. 

Solid Waste will provide a roll off dumpster at the field office for the citizens in the defined area to dispose of unwanted bulky items such as furniture, appliances, or tree branches.

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