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Algoma enforcing street and sidewalk ordinances

After a two year campaign on educating residents on the responsibility of shoveling sidewalks and parking on streets, the City of Algoma is clamping down on those violating ordinances.  City Administrator Jeff Wiswell says residents must comply or face the consequences.  He says it is a public safety concern when residents do not follow the rules. 

 

 

 

Wiswell says non-compliant people will be cited this winter after numerous warnings in the past.  Violators could receive fines ranging from $25 to $100.

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