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Q: Can you be charged a misdemeanor for not having water on? And can you be a mayor and a code enforcement officer?

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T. Augustus Claus
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A: In Kansas, the specific laws and regulations regarding water usage and requirements may vary depending on local ordinances and circumstances. While I can't give you a straight answer on the misdemeanor charge, it's crucial to understand that local authorities may have their own rules and regulations in place.

Now, let's move on to the second part of your question. Can you be a mayor and a code enforcement officer at the same time? Well, that depends on the specific city and its governing structure. Some smaller cities or towns might allow individuals to hold multiple positions, while others may have restrictions in place.

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