Town to send weed reminder

The Belgium Town Board was to send notices to the owner of a property on Sauk Trail Road and the Forest Beach Migratory Preserve to clean up noxious weeds.

Zoning Administrator Charlie Parks said the Sauk Trail property is being prepped for an organic farm, so plants are being allowed to grow.

“It is your responsibility to control weeds in the township,” Town Chairman Tom Winker said at Monday’s meeting.

Town residents are supposed to destroy noxious weeds, including  Canadian thistle, leafy spurge, creeping jenny/field bindweed, bull thistle, purple loosestrife, garlic mustard and multiflora rosa.

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