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The exercise of jurisdiction and regulatory control over a public right-of-way by the City is not official acceptance of the right-of-way for public access and does not obligate the City to open or improve any part of the right-of-way. Upon improvement of any public right-of-way to city street standards, the City shall accept by resolution the improvement and maintain and repair such improvement to the standard to which it has been improved. For purposes of nuisance-type ordinances imposing obligations upon property owners, (e.g. snow removal, weeds and noxious vegetation, sidewalk maintenance) the City shall be responsible for compliance with such ordinances in public rights-of-way adjacent to or abutting city-owned or controlled real property. (Ord. 3040, amended, 11/16/2010)

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