Mount Holly

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The City of Mount Holly
400 E. Central Ave.
Mount Holly, NC 28120

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  • Per Chapter 3 of the City Code, no person shall keep or maintain any cows, horses, goats, sheep or fowl within five hundred (500) feet of any street or residence, other than the residence of the owner of such animal.  The City of Mount Holly does not enforce this regulation in the extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ).

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  • A  vehicle is considered "junked" if it does not display a current license plate lawfully and that:

    Is partially dismantled or wrecked; or
    Cannot be sold-propelled or moved in a manner in which it originally was intended to move; or
    Is more than five (5) years old and appears to be worth less than five hundred dollars ($500.00).

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  • A vehicle on public or private property that is determined and declared to be a health or safety hazard, a public nuisance, and unlawful, including a vehicle found to be:

    A breeding ground or harbor for mosquitoes, other insects, rats or other pests; or
    A point of heavy growth of weeds or other noxious vegetation over eight (8) inches in height; or
    A point of collection of pools or ponds of water; or
    A point of concentration of quantities or gasoline, oil or other flammable or explosive materials as evidenced by odor; or
    One which has areas of confinement which cannot be operated from the inside, such as trucks, hoods, etc.; or
    So situated or located that there is a danger of it falling or turning over; or
    One which is a point of collection of garbage, food waste, animal waste, or other rotten or putrescible matter of any kind; or
    One which has sharp parts which are jagged or contain sharp edges of metal, glass, or other rigid materials; or
    One which creates any circumstances which expose the general public to a safety or health hazard; or
    Any other vehicle specifically declared a health safety hazard and a public nuisance by the City Council.

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  • A public nuisance can be classified to be the uncontrolled growth of grass; accumulation of animals or vegetable matter that is offensive by virtue of odor or vapors or which is inhabited by rodents, snakes, or vermin of any kind; open wells; an accumulation of stagnant water; or any condition detrimental to the public health, which violates the rules and regulations promulgated by the State of North Carolina or the Federal government.

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