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Abandoned properties continue to pose problems

April 3, 2014

The City of Minot wants to put additional teeth into enforcement of ordinances being used to require clean up of abandoned flood properties....

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Legend

Apr-03-14 10:26 PM

Tie a rope to a weight. Toss the rope high in the tree and pull to b sure it is caught tight. Tie the bottom of the rope to a vehicle and tighten in the direction u want the tree 2 fall. Cut the tree trunk with a sawsall or chainsaw. No saw? Ask a friend or neighbor. Save the rope for future use. U can also cut the branches on your side then if it falls it will fall away from u. Good luck.

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keyzgirl62

Apr-03-14 1:13 PM

The grass and weeds are not my concern with the abandoned property next door. There is a huge, dead pine tree in the front yard that could potentially fall on our house. We have called the city repeatedly and someone partially mowed the grass twice last year.

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