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Clay begins program for abandoned autos

Clay County Environmental Services will offer the abandoned auto program to Clay County residents this spring. The program, designed to reduce the amount of abandoned automobiles, offers free removal of junked or unusable cars and trucks. For a p...

Clay County Environmental Services will offer the abandoned auto program to Clay County residents this spring.

The program, designed to reduce the amount of abandoned automobiles, offers free removal of junked or unusable cars and trucks.

For a pamphlet and application form, contact Kent Severson at (218) 299-7329 or kent.severson@co.clay.mn.us .

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