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End may be near for North Mankato's ongoing yard sale

Most yard sales end after a few days. Not Brian Mechler's. He's been selling items from his North Mankato yard since March and would like to keep doing so. But neighbors have complained his place is an eyesore and now the city attorney has given him a deadline to get the yard cleaned up.
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Most yard sales end after a few days. Not Brian Mechler's. He's been selling items from his North Mankato yard since March and would like to keep doing so. But neighbors have complained his place is an eyesore and now the city attorney has given him a deadline to get the yard cleaned up.

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