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Acting chief targets abandoned vehicles

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Dickenson plans to take advantage of shorter wait times

By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor

CANNELTON - Cannelton's acting police chief, Eric Dickenson, plans to take advantage of a law that went into effect July 1 to help rid the city of abandoned vehicles - on both public and private property and whether covered or not.

Legislators felt "there are too many abandoned vehicles across the state," he said at regular meetings of the city's board of board of public works and safety and common council July 13.


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