Cynthiana Code Enforcement board chairman Mike Aldridge asked the Cynthiana City Commission to consider making its ordinance for violators more strict.
“The frustrations are that we have dealt with the same people, the same homes and we’ve seen no progress,” Aldridge said.
The code enforcement board recommended that fines for violations be increased from $25 to $50 for first offenses. Other fines would also be increased.
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