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Council seeks more movement on nuisance properties

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By Stephen Lega

The City of Lebanon may become more aggressive in pursuing action against nuisance properties.

During the city council's Oct. 11 meeting, Councilman Kenny Marrett noted that the city's property maintenance ordinance allows the city to cite property owners as frequently as every 10 days. He noted that one property owner has already accumulated more than $4,000 in fines under the ordinance, but his fines could have exceeded $30,000 had he been cited as often as the ordinance allows.


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