Code red 

Nine people are charged with keeping the city livable. That gets a little messy.

You can't see the house from North Circle Drive. It's hidden at the end of a crumbling driveway at the heart of an unkempt thicket. This is David Pitts' third stop of the morning, and one of the code enforcement officer's more…

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