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Clean up costly for Kimball crews


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City crews spent more than 30 man hours and more than $7,000 to clean up the property at 212 S. Burg.

After years of trying, the City of Kimball was finally able to complete the abatement process at 212 S. Burg St. in Kimball, a property they have attempted to abate since 2010, according to Kimball Mayor Keith Prunty.

"We have finally gotten through the legal process. I think we are fortunate that we found some avenues to pursue (abatement)," he said. "I want to commend our street department, they did a wonderful job on this and the line crews will finish up with the trees."

Throughout the process City Council adopted the International Building Code, several years ago, which states, among o...

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