Friday, May 5, 2017

Lake Worth News: “Inoperable Derelict Vehicles To Be Removed From Public Right of Way”.


“The City of Lake Worth Code Enforcement department gave a presentation to the City Commission explaining the two week initiative which began Monday to have derelict inoperable vehicles removed from the public right of way in the city.
     Vehicles will be red tagged and the owners will have five days to remove them or they will be towed. Lori Milano of Code Compliance told the commission the inoperable vehicles will be towed by Priority Towing, the company working with the city on the initiative.
     Lake Worth City Attorney, Glen Torcivia, informed the Commission there will be further towing ordinances forthcoming.”

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Pick up the print edition at 600 Lake Ave. in Downtown Lake Worth, across ‘L’ Street from Starbucks. The Herald is still ¢50!

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