On Tuesday, the Dixon City Council will discuss weed abatement and what to do with parcels throughout the city that pose a fire risk.
The council will be asked to act upon a resolution that would make it mandatory for parcel owners to clean up weeds or other debris from their land to minimize the risk of fire danger.
Should the council vote in favor of the resolution, city staff would then send out notices to the parcel owners' informing them that they must clean up the weeds or debris, but not before a public hearing can take place in which Dixonites would have the chance to raise objections.
Today, we pose the questions to the readers of Dixon Patch. What are your thoughts about the city's weed abatement program?