Am I able to send the city a bill for cutting the grass of the vacant house next to me? It's been condemned and was supposed to be torn down last June. I can't let the grass get too high because it attracts rodents and all sorts of things and being in the city our houses are close together so I don't want those things coming into my house. I've been mowing the grass now for the past 3 years and I was told that I could send the city a bill for the mowing. Is this true? (Akron, Ohio)

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    Who told you that you could bill the city? was it a city employee? May 24 '19 at 18:32

No, you can not. It is your choice to cut the grass, not the city's.

  • ... also, the OP is trespassing
    – Dale M
    May 25 '19 at 3:37
  • ...an action he will absolutely never be charged for.
    – A.fm.
    May 27 '19 at 5:02

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