[Adopted 4-15-1980 by Ch. VII, Art. 6, of the 1980 Code of Ordinances]
In order to keep Township roads open, free, unclogged and safely passable and ditches properly drained, from and after the effective date of this article it shall be unlawful for anyone to cause a nuisance of any kind on roads or ditches or suffer, allow, permit, maintain or deposit in any ditch or on any road in said Township any dirt, ground, mud, gravel, sand, stones and debris; and the same is hereby prohibited.
[Amended 11-4-1991 by Ord. No. 208]
In case any person or persons shall violate this article, the Supervisors shall have the power to remove any dirt, ground, mud, gravel, sand, stones and debris and all other nuisances from roads and ditches, after written notice so to do to the person or persons who have caused or are responsible for the same, delivered to his or their last known address, and, in his or their default, to collect the cost of such removal, together with a penalty as provided in § 1-13 of Chapter 1, General Provisions, for the use of the Township from the person or persons so causing the same, by summary proceedings.
Additionally, in case any person or persons shall violate this article, the Supervisors shall have power in the name of the Township of Doylestown to institute proceedings against him or them in courts of equity for injunctive or other equitable relief.