TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - In a News 10 follow up, Terre Haute's Code Enforcement wants you to keep your grass under control.
City workers said they're getting complaints of tall grass.
That's making it hard on them to keep up.
The department said its getting nearly 80 calls a day.
Code enforcement said the solution is simple: cut your grass.
"We don't want the city to have to come on your property and cut the grass. We just want you guys to cut the grass, you know. It's the bottom line, to make the city look so much nicer," Code Enforcement Officer Jamie Ennen said.
If Code Enforcement sends you a letter, you have ten days to cut your grass.
Code Enforcement said if they have to cut your grass, legal action comes next.
Right on cue, Thursday’s early winter storm dumped snow and ice on the Wabash Valley but county highway crews were a step ahead of the weather’s arrival pre-treating the 897 miles of pavement in the county.
A fire has engulfed the First Prairie Creek Church in Vigo County.
A four car accident in eastern Vigo County leaves one person dead.
Workers at a new eatery in Terre Haute are preparing to open.
Otter Creek Township is on its way to getting a new fire station.
Knox County Commissioner Don Halter is ahead of the game when it comes to winter weather preparedness. But the man-power may have a hard time running full throttle. The Knox County highway budget took big cuts in 2013.