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Court cost increase aimed at curbing trash

Higher court costs and cleaning up trashy properties in the city limits was on the table in last week’s meeting of the Smithville Board of Mayor and Alderman.

If your home is an eyesore, you might want to take steps to clean it up. At least if the city’s government has anything to do about it, as they are tiring of complaints and the lack of enforcement on the subject having broached it once before.

While there is an ordinance in place, enforcement seems to be the key sticking point.

During the meeting, Alderman Josh Miller said he ...

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