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Storage of vehicles not allowed in front yards

HOISINGTON — The Hoisington City Council, at its regular meeting last week, passed an ordinance disallowing the storage of vehicles or parking  in the front yard on residential property. The ordinance went into effect last Friday.
In addition, no driveway or improved parking surface can cover more than 40 percent of a front yard.
The provisions do not apply to temporary parking. Violations can results in a fine from $100 to $500.
In other business, as the city begins budget season, the council discussed council priorities. The city will hold budget meetings throughout the month of July.
The overall council priorities ...

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