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Fort Collins Could Soon be Writing Tickets for Bad Landscaping

It’s my yard, I can put anything I want in it, right? I have heard this argument for a long time, on one hand you have HOA’s telling you you can’t paint your house purple and the city may say no to clutter in a big way-how do you feel? Do you think that Fort Collins should write tickets for bad landscaping and clutter?

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The Coloradoan had a story today about this topic and it just got me thinking and thinking what you thought.

Is it okay to have debris in your yard? Ever seen a toilet as a flower pot? What is too much and should the city fine you or neighbors for cluttered yards? Take my poll and let me know

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