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Hoisington gets closer to polycart regulations

HOISINGTON — The Hoisington City Council agreed Monday night to have a resolution drawn up with fines of $25-$75 plus $110 court costs for leaving trash carts on the street for more than 24 hours after pickup day.
The council discussed the subject at length. The council was informed by the city attorney that any penalty would include $110 court costs.
However, City Manager Jonathan Mitchell said he had gotten feedback that the fine was too high. At the March 10 city council meeting, higher fines were discussed.
Council Member Dean Andereck suggested impounding polycarts, but others objected saying then ...

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