Howell Township passes ordinance against invasive bamboo

An ordinance has been adopted that requires property

An ordinance has been adopted that requires property owners to keep bamboo from extending onto adjacent land. (July 29, 2014 7:43 PM)

The Howell Township Council is taking aim at invasive bamboo plants they say can spread uncontrollably.

An ordinance has been adopted that requires property owners to keep bamboo from extending onto adjacent land.

Failure to control the spread of the tall plant beyond property boundaries is a violation subject to a fine ranging from $200 to $2,000.

Under the new ordinance, all...

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