City cracks down on unattended vehicles

 


Vehicles left unattended on public property in Kimball must now be moved in a shorter time frame.

The Kimball City Council voted at its June 2 meeting to consider vehicles abandoned if left unattended on any public property within the City of Kimball for more than six hours without a license plates or a valid in-transit sticker. The definition of vehicles also includes motor homes, minibikes and all-terrain vehicles. The council looked at this as part of a review of city ordinance 724.

“We’ve been going through a few things and just looking to update our abandoned and wrecked vehicles o...



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