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Mendota to crack down on unregistered vehicles, abandoned properties


MENDOTA – The city of Mendota will begin an enforcement campaign in July to crack down on unregistered vehicles and abandoned properties. Mayor David Boelk on Monday night announced that the city will tackle a number of public nuisance violations. City staff will start to address condemned and vacant properties that are in disrepair and possibly seek demolition of homes and other structures. Law enforcement will also be looking for abandoned and inoperable vehicles, boats and RVs in the city.

“It’s just not fair to all these residents who want to keep their property up” said Mayor Boelk, “and it’s time to do what we can to clean it up.”

Weeds, tall grass, rubbish and other litter will also be subject to code enforcement on commercial and residential property.

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