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Minneapolis eyes crackdown on those who don't shovel

Snow. You know it's coming. And Minneapolitans who fail to move it could be hit with $75 fines. The city is looking at stepping up enforcement of its shoveling ordinance.
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Snow. You know it's coming. And Minneapolitans who fail to move it could be hit with $75 fines. The city is looking at stepping up enforcement of its shoveling ordinance.

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