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LETTER: House renovation looked at differently

March 20, 2013 in The Daily Republic

How sad it is that South Dakota communities have adopted “nuisance property ordinances.” We are destroying our history.
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Mitchell officials approve demolition of three homes

March 19, 2013 in The Daily Republic

City Council declares vacant homes as public nuisances, prepares to tear them down. Continue Reading

Moonlight’s response to nuisance citation: Put a sign over it

December 24, 2012 in The Daily Republic

City code enforcer says it’s a start, but not an end.
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City officials talk about nuisance code letters

September 28, 2012 in The Daily Republic

City leaders aim to start dialogue; business owners dispute handling of issue.
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Tracy: Nuisance laws apply equally

September 12, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Mayor says 35 notices on Mitchell’s Main Street are part of citywide effort.
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City of Mitchell won’t release code enforcement letters

September 11, 2012 in The Daily Republic

But official promises documents will be made public today or Wednesday.
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Downtown hit with 35 nuisance letters

September 8, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Code enforcement officer sends notices on Main between First and Sixth.
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Code enforcement crackdown has some unhappy

March 29, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Local couple say they feel poorly treated by city official when notice was issued, but he says no insult intended. Continue Reading

Nuisance fish, silver carp, grows more common in James River

October 14, 2011 in The Daily Republic

JAMESTOWN, N.D. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department confirmed the presence of silver carp in the James River on Wednesday, the latest sign of the nuisance fish’s presence up and down the river in the Dakotas.

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City will hire nuisance abatement officer

August 20, 2010 in The Daily Republic

The city will look to hire a full-time nuisance abatement officer, the Mitchell City Council decided Thursday night.
The council, acting during its second and final budget hearing of the year, allocated $40,000 to hire someone for the position next year. Council members said public outcry over nuisance properties across the city led to the decision. Continue Reading

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