The Fayette Mayor and City Council are having the first reading of a proposed Rental Housing Code on August 1, 2016. click here to read Ordinance #484. If you have any questions or suggestions, you may send an email to the City Administrator and she will see that the council receives a copy of your question(s)/comment(s). For the Draft Inspection Plan click here. For the Draft Landlord Registration Form click here.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF FAYETTE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
You are hereby notified that on Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 6PM in Fayette City Hall, the Fayette Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing to elicit input and responses relating to the requests from James & Carla Mitchell and Daryl & Marta Grove. The Mitchell’s are requesting a variance to the requirements in Chapter 165.10(2), to construct a machine shed in their side yard at 103 Jones Street, on the vacant lot where they removed an old house. The Grove’s are requesting a variance to the requirements in Chapter 165.10(2), to construct a lean to roof off the top of the bus located in the east side yard of their property at 511 East Water Street. The Board will decide on the exceptions from the side yard restriction prohibiting accessory buildings in front or side yards for both requests.
If you so desire, you may appear, either in person or by agent or attorney, in support of or in opposition to the special exception or variance to the ordinance.
/s/Kris McGrane, City Administrator/Clerk 6/9/2017
CITY OF FAYETTE
GRASS, WEEDS, VINES AND BRUSH
The City of Fayette would like to remind residents in Fayette of the Fayette City Code regarding grass, weeds, vines and brush. Fayette City Code Chapter 52 requires owners of residential and commercial property to cut their grass, weeds, vines and brush when it exceeds approximately eight inches in height or which are obnoxious or unsightly. For the first violation of this chapter in each calendar year on a parcel of property, the City of Fayette shall notify the property owner by certified U.S. mail, return receipt requested, or served by personal service of a sworn Law Enforcement Official that a condition that violates the terms of Chapter 52 exists and shall notify the property owner of the actions that must be performed to correct the condition within five days from the date that the notice is received. For subsequent violations on the same parcel of property owned by the same person in the same calendar year a written notice will not be sent. If the property owner fails to maintain the property as required under Chapter 52 after notice was given, the City of Fayette shall order the work to be done by city employees or by a contractor. The total cost of the expense of the work done, including any administrative fees, shall be paid by the property owner. For more information, view Fayette City Code Chapter 52 at Fayette City Hall.
City Administrator/Clerk Kris McGrane