What is the ordinance for storage of "junk"?
No person shall store junked or discarded property including automobiles, automobile parts, trucks, tractors, refrigerators, furnaces, washing machines, stoves, machinery or machinery parts, wood, bricks, cement blocks or other unsightly debris which substantially depreciates property values in the neighborhood except or upon permit issued by the Common Council. The Chief of Police or Building Inspector may require by written order any premises violating this Section to be put in compliance within the time specified in such order and, if the order is not complied with, may have the premises put in compliance and the cost thereof assessed as a special tax against the property.

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1. What are the Winter parking regulations?
2. How soon after a snow fall must I have my sidewalk cleared?
3. How wide of a path do I have to shovel?
4. I received a citation. How do I take care of it?
5. When is burning permitted?
6. How do I obtain an accident report or open record?
7. What is the fee for a parking ticket?
8. Is there a fee if I am arrested by the Horicon Police Department for a warrant issued by a different jurisdiction?
9. What do I need to do after I receive an abatement letter?
10. What is the ordinance for Outside Storage prohibit?
11. What is the ordinance for storage of "junk"?
12. What number do I call if I have a complaint about the train crossing in Horicon?