Is there an ordinance against growing bamboo?

Section 110-31 of the Code of Ordinances, Hamilton Township, New Jersey, provides that a property owner shall keep his or her land "free of brush, weeds, dead and dying trees, stumps, roots, obnoxious growths, invasive plants, filth, garbage, trash and debris where such items are inimical to the preservation of public health, safety or general welfare of the township or which may constitute a fire hazard."

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1. Can a box truck be kept in a residential zone?
2. Can travel trailers be parked on private property?
3. How many feet from a residential driveway is a car allowed to park?
4. Is there an ordinance against growing bamboo?
5. What time is a contractor permitted to start work under the noise ordinance?
6. What time is a homeowner permitted to start work on his/her own home under the noise ordinance?
7. Where can I view Township Ordinances that have been enacted and are presently in effect?