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City to force removal of 'junk' vehicles


It is spring cleaning time again and the City of Kimball is reminding residents to spruce up by taking care of junk vehicles.

To this end, the city will begin citing owners of junk vehicles on May 1. Junked motor vehicles, as defined by Chapter 98, Section 98.02 of Kimball Municipal Code, are any non-operational motor vehicles or those which do not have current license plates and tags.

These vehicles may be partially or fully dismantled, abandoned or wrecked, but they do not necessarily have to be in that state to be considered junk vehicles.

As the city ordinance reads, no one can park, st...

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