Whenever any weeds are growing upon any street, sidewalk, or private property, the governing body of any incorporated municipality may, by resolution, declare the weeds to be a public nuisance and order its abatement. The resolution shall refer to the street by the name under which it is commonly known or describe the property upon which or in front of which the nuisance exists by giving a legal description of the property and no other description of the property shall be required. Any number of streets, sidewalks, or parcels of private property may be included in one resolution. This article shall not apply to any property that has been zoned agricultural property.
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