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  1. Yard Maintenance Standards - Dead trees and limbs must be removed. Overgrown vegetation must be trimmed so as not to impair vision or obstruct the travel of motorists.
  2. Inoperative Motor Vehicles - Disabled and/or unlicensed vehicles can not be stored on premises unless located in a carport or garage.
  3. Junk, Trash and Debris - Junk, trash and debris cannot be left in the yard and must be disposed of properly. This includes auto parts, appliances, furniture, building materials, tires, trash, and debris such as cardboard, plastics, tree trimmings, etc.  
  4. Recreation Vehicles, Boats and Trailers - They must be parked behind the front  facade(s) of the principal structure, and must be screened from view with a solid opaque fence, wall, or healthy landscape material.
  5. Condition of Structures - Any wood, siding, shingle, railing, fences, walls, porches, doors, windows, screens and all exterior parts must be maintained in sound condition and good repair.
  6. Outside Storage - Outdoor storage is prohibited. Generally, anything that would ordinarily not be used outdoors (e.g. indoor furniture, household appliances, auto parts, etc.) may not be stored outdoors.
  7. Illegal Dwelling Units - Proper permits are required for all interior and exterior additions.
  8. Business Licensing - Engaging in a home occupation or commercial business requires a Business Tax Receipt.

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