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Allouez cracks down on trailers, boats in yards

7:06 AM, Jan. 21, 2013
Mark Roberts, village of Allouez code and safety enforcement coordinator. He also enforces codes for the town of Ledgeview.
Mark Roberts, village of Allouez code and safety enforcement coordinator. He also enforces codes for the town of Ledgeview.
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Katherine Rost can't understand why the village has a problem with her sailboat.

Covered in blue tarp, the 22-foot vessel spends the off-season in Rost's backyard at 3300 Libal St., with just the top extending above the opaque fence that surrounds the yard.

Come April 1, the boat will have to be moved, thanks to a new ordinance governing what people can keep in their yards and when. Rost can bring it back when boating season starts, but it must be in the driveway or on a hard surface in the side yard. A violation could mean a municipal fine of $114 a day for the length of the violation. ...

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