City tells violators of nuisance ordinance to clean up their act
Five Wadena residents who have run afoul of the city's nuisance ordinance will pay for mandatory clean-up of debris on their property in the coming weeks that presents a safety or health hazard to the public, the city council decided on Tuesday.
The council directed Interim Police Chief Naomi Plautz to begin working with the five owners to schedule a day before Oct. 15 where city crews can come in and abate each property.
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