What is “junk” when mentioned in a letter from Code Enforcement?

January 20, 2017

Junk is defined as: “any personal property that has only a nominal value or of little significance, including, but not limited to, pieces of old cable or cordage, mats, swabs or oakum, old iron, glass, paper or other waste or secondhand, worn or discarded articles, or other refuse of any nature.” This being said all you have to do is ask yourself: “Would I want to see this item in my neighbors yard?” If the answer is no…then it is junk.