A former York County weed superintendent has filed a complaint against the city of York, accusing the city of failing to mow its property.
In a letter to York County officials, Randy Campbell cites a law that requires landowners to mow between their property and all public roads at least twice a year.
The the complaint accuses the city of failing to mow at five different places.
York City Administrator Jack Vavra said Wednesday that he had not seen the complaint and was not aware of anyone contacting the city to complain about overgrown city rights of way before the complaint was filed.
Vavra says this year's drought has kept weeds and grass from growing tall, so they are not obstructing the views of motorists.
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