Bossier parish residents who don't keep their property up-to-par need to beware. The parish is cracking down on unsightly clutter in the yards of homeowners and they say don't be surprised if the complaint comes from one of your neighbors. Bossier parish property standards officer Mike Vetkoetter says his office has received thirty more complaints this year than last."I think that the word of mouth has gotten out there that people know that we're doing this, and that's why our complaints have gotten higher," said Vetkoetter. He says they only address properties where neighbors have made a complaint. He says the property standards for homes aren't lowered for people live outside the city limits. Vetkoetter says you'll have about two weeks to clean up your property. He says if you don't comply the parish will go out and clean up the property and what ever it cost, that money is put on a lien toward your property. Vetkoetter says they will work with any property owner to help in the clean up process. He says with snakes, rats, and mosquitoes that are associated with blight the problem is not just unsightly, it's now a threat to public safety.