During last week's Little Falls council meeting City Attorney Toni Wetzel reported that the League of Minnesota Cities (LMC) advised the city that they were likely violating the "due process" of residents when they shovel or mow private property without permission and then bill the resident. Wetzel advised the city to begin holding hearings at city hall for residents who fail to mow or shovel or to begin an abatement process on a case by case basis at the cost of $300.00 per incident.
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