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58 Pa. Code § 53.3. Littering, abuse and destruction.

§ 53.3. Littering, abuse and destruction.

 (a)  It is unlawful to deposit a substance on Commission property except in containers provided for disposal. It is unlawful for a person to deposit on Commission-owned property a substance accumulated at any place other than Commission property.

 (b)  It is unlawful to remove or deface a sign, poster or property; to damage lands, fixtures, devices or structures; or to interfere with the flow of water over or through a structure owned, leased or controlled by the Commission.

 <>(c)  It is unlawful for a person to remove flowers, plants, shrubs or trees on Commission-owned or -controlled property except in compliance with a permit issued by the Executive Director.



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