Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

City open to discuss nuisances, flushing new filter idea


Wrangell is still preparing to deal with nuisance abatement, though it will be approaching with an amiable cautiousness.

City manager Lisa Von Bargen updated the City and Borough Assembly last week on progress so far made in reducing the various collections of junk and scrap to be seen around town. City code proscribes such gatherings, both on public and private property. The Port Commission has long had in its sights the removal of abandoned vehicles from its harbor facility parking lots, and since last fall the city assembly has taken a similar interest in the wider town’s appearance.


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