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FISH asks city to extend deadline on utility cutoff

Posted: Saturday, September 14, 2019 12:00 am

Around 25 residents of the Conestoga Mobile Home Park attended the Monroe City Council’s Tuesday night meeting to voice their concerns and fears over the park’s future.

About a month ago, the city posted a notice that it would cut off utilities to the Vine Street park on Oct. 11 after owners have let it fall into disrepair.  The city has compiled a laundry list of code violations on the property, including decaying sewer lines, exposed electrical wiring and broken roads.

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