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MORGANTOWN -

The snow is coming and the Morgantown Code Enforcement Division and Police Department want Morgantown residents to know that they have to get rid of it.

The city is publicizing its snow and ice removal regulations by handing out and posting flyers. Morgantown residents are expected to clean the ice and snow from sidewalks adjacent to their property within 24 hours of the snow event.

The regulations do not apply to personal walkways, stairs and driveways. The regulations do apply to these areas for landlords renting property out.

Residents will receive a warning first and have an extra 24 hours to clear the paths. If the paths are still not cleared then citations will be filed to the individual by the police department.