In the community, Local government

Ontario agrees to pay, settles lawsuit over code enforcement as reforms in the works

ONTARIO – On a hot July day in 2020, Susan Ragsdale bent down on her hands and knees to pull weeds from the two garden spots in front of her home. 

She wasn’t idling away the time. 

She was attempting to comply with the city of Ontario’s nuisance law. Ragsdale had been warned she faced a fine if she didn’t tidy up the weeds in her . . .

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