§ 10-201. Promulgation of Regulation.
No person, firm, partnership or corporation owning or having a present interest in or occupying any real estate within the Township of Lamar within any residentially zoned district shall permit any of the following vegetation to grow or remain on such premises, including any portion of the premises occupied by a street or alley, so as to exceed a height of 6 inches or to throw off any unpleasant or noxious odor or to conceal any filthy deposit or to create or to produce pollen. All of the following vegetation is hereby declared to be a nuisance and detrimental to the health, safety, cleanliness and comfort of the inhabitants of the Township: marijuana, non-native lythrum, Canadian thistle, multiflora rose, Johnson grass, musk thistle, bull thistle, jimson weed, mile-a-minute, kudzuvine, chatter cane, giant hogweed, goatsrue, murdock, dandelion, goldenrod, lambsquarters, sow thistle and any other weed or other vegetation which may be listed on the noxious weed control list promulgated by the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plan Industry, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pursuant to the Noxious Weed Control Law, 3 P.S. § 255.3(b) and codified at 7 Pa. Code § 110.1.
(Ord. 49-5-93, 5/10/1993, § 1; as amended by Ord. 12/10/2001)