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Ordinance gives city power to clean up flooded neighborhoods

May 3, 2013

Eric Moeder looks down the block from his home in southeast Minot and counts nine abandoned vehicles – many of them junked reminders of a flood that happened nearly two years ag....

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rajiihammr

May-03-13 9:37 AM

The dead pine trees need to be removed too.

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concerned

May-03-13 2:32 PM

Look around, what about the awful smell in NW Minot...that's a nuisance, so is the noise from construction, where do you draw the line?

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CJMinded

May-07-13 9:07 AM

Concerned...you draw the line at the specific wording of the ordinance to determine what a nuisance means for the purposes of enforcement of a violation. Not every annoyance or inconvenience will or can be acted upon under this ordinance...the line is already drawn.

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CJMinded

May-07-13 9:29 AM

Concerned...you draw the line at the specific wording of the ordinance to determine what a nuisance means for the purposes of enforcement of a violation. Not every annoyance or inconvenience will or can be acted upon under this ordinance...the line is already drawn.

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