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    Programs that accept and investigate reports of instances in which land use is contrary to the provisions of the planning and zoning code for the area. Common zoning violations include illegal garage or living unit conversions, storage of inoperable vehicles on private property, storage of vehicles in front yards (unless in a driveway), storage of commercial vehicles in residential or agricultural zones, the presence of farm animals in residential zones, unlicensed garage sales, fences or walls that violate height requirements and illegal businesses in residential zones. Note that there is considerable variation in zoning laws from community to community. As a consequence, activities that are addressed by zoning laws in one community may be covered by public nuisance laws in another.

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