Can city really determine accurate occupancy
Letter to the Editor
Last updated 2/25/2021 at 5:48pm
The Feb. 11 article in the Cheney Free Press entitled “Occupancy, water conservation ordinances head to council,” brings the following question to my mind: How can the city check to see that occupancy rules are being followed?
The street below us is often jammed with cars as well as overflowing trash cans that don’t get taken in after the trash has been picked up. This implies to me that there are more people living in these dwellings than is allowable, but how can the city monitor how many people are really living at any particular address?
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