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What if I don't recycle in SF?

What are the legal consequences to me if I, as a San Francisco resident, fail to throw a given recyclable item in the blue (recycle) bin, and instead throw it in the black (landfill) bin? Will there ...
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The Pennsylvania Second Class Township Code, Section 1506

My Township (second class) is dragging their feet about enforcing ordinances (junk cars, accumulating trash) claiming they can only issue a single $300 fine and when the case is brought before the ...
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What counts as an illegal application fee under Mass law?

I'm planning on renting an apartment in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The realtor says that to "hold the apartment" I need to pay 1st month's rent along with my rental application and proof of income. It ...
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Can a city ban a person from filming in their own house?

Jake Paul was apparently banned from filming in his own LA house, and it seems like ice Poseidon, another Youtuber has been banned filming (or in his case, streaming) outside and from within his LA ...
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Is it legal to put a billboard on residential property?

A billboard is put on top of a person's roof or on his vacant land. It is zoned residential. This person lives on a main road and the billboard is visible to cars travelling on it. He hasn't received ...
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References to unknown ordinance (Ord. 271, 6/8/1992)

I am still dealing with the enforcement of an in-town ordinance that is more than vague. (Pennsylvania, U.S.) E. The accumulation of heavy undergrowth and/or vegetation which would impair the ...
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Does the state have the legal right to limit city legislation?

Recently, Missouri passed a law which effectively prevents cities within the state from setting their own minimum wage. Now, I liken this to the fact that the states themselves can set a wage that is ...
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Do time boundaries apply to a handicap parking sign?

Given the sign above here is the scenario: street parking space, no indicating blue or otherwise markings on the street, it's 7pm, and I'm not handicapped, can I park here? In other words should this ...
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Legal recourse for neighborhoods facing loud vehicles?

Brief Background I live in a small community with a growing noise problem due to vehicles with custom exhaust systems. To more clearly define the issue I have been collecting data from calibrated ...
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USA - City ordinance violation

Suppose an individual had some rocks for landscaping dropped off at their house, and placed in the street in front of their house. Without any correspondence from the city on the issue, the city ...
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What is the justification for curfew laws?

It's Halloween, and some municipalities are creating curfew laws intended to prevent people under 18 from being in public during the late night hours, for example South Brunswick, NJ. It seems like ...
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How do I find city ordinances online?

How would I be able to find city ordinances online for: Millbrook, AL 36054, USA ?