I filed a complaint awhile back and nothing's happened. Why hasn't Code Enforcement responded yet?

Once a complaint has been received, the Township sends the property owner a letter informing them of the violation and informs them that they have 10 business days to resolve the issue. If the property owner does not take care of the violation, the Township may issue the property owner a court appearance ticket. Once a ticket is issued a judge will determine if an order will be issued to correct the problem.

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1. Who should I contact for a grass/weeds complaint?
2. Who do I call with a complaint or a question?
3. My neighbor has a car that's been sitting up on blocks for months, is that allowed?
4. I filed a complaint awhile back and nothing's happened. Why hasn't Code Enforcement responded yet?
5. If I cannot fix a problem within the time allotted on the notice, will Code Enforcement work with me?
6. My neighbor's grass is a foot long. Don't they have to mow it!?