The county commissioners are looking to clarify their ordinance to keep these weeds under control.
County Forester Ed Keith says some of the clarification involves enforcement.
"They asked us to further spell out the steps we'd take to go on private property-- the steps with the D.A. wasn't clear in the ordinance. There's more to it . They didn't want the public to think the weed inspector would just go on their property without the proper legal steps do do so."
The commissioners plan to hold a public hearing on the new noxious weed ordinance at its January 22nd meeting, so citizens can offer their comments before they finalize any changes.