After a mailer arrived yesterday from the SCA administration regarding the new regulations and their enforcement policy, I received the following question from one of my subscribers.
It will be interesting to see how the “new” policy regarding landscape inspections plays out.
It has been suggested to me by several people over the past two days that the “enforcement” people are being empowered to come on to our property on a “no notice” basis and the position is that they can come onto our property at any time, without permission to do so.
Some are suggesting that if that happens they will consider the “enforcement” person or persons to be TRESPASSERS under the law and subject to arrest.
What information do you have on this???
My response for all that are interested:
Under NRS 116 NO ONE can come on your property to look for violations. Only violations that are visible from the street can be cited. All violation notices must be accompanied by a photograph of the violation.
The meeting date of September 19th. to talk about these policies will be changed, per President Candace Karrow, after it was called to her attention that the 19th is Kom Kippor, the holiest date in the Jewish Calendar year. The new date will be announced shortly.