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City weed control ordinance might change

10:24 PM, Mar. 25, 2013
In this file photo, Marshfield Weed Commissioner Brian Panzer walks through the yard of an abandoned home in the city.
In this file photo, Marshfield Weed Commissioner Brian Panzer walks through the yard of an abandoned home in the city.
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Every year, the city responds to almost 400 complaints that local yards aren't being mowed or homeowners are allowing weeds to proliferate, which is a violation of a Marshfield ordinance.

Marshfield Weed Commissioner Brian Panzer wants to change the ordinance to streamline the city's response time and increase the fines. Although Panzer's primary position with the city is street superintendent, he has been the community's weed commissioner for 29 years.

An amendment to the current ordinance that would increase the penalties and streamline the enforcement procedure is scheduled for a ...

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