Another Fine Given For Lyndonville Property Deemed Too Trashy

This property at 427 Main Street in Lyndonville was deemed in violation of the ordinance against accummulating household waste. The owner, Frederick “Rick” Schwag, was ticketed for the violation. (Photo by Todd Wellington)

LYNDONVILLE — Another Lyndonville property owner was ticketed by police for failing to clean up outdoor trash.

Frederick “Rick” Schwag, 66, of Lyndon, was issued the ticket that included a $200 fine by Lyndonville Police Chief Jack Harris on Wednesday. The chief noted that the accumulation of household waste at 427 Main St., in Lyndonville brought about the fine. Schwag owns the apartment building at that location.

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wwalker787

Good for our leaders for helping some folks be more considerate of others. Long overdue but glad to see it now being done. Bill Walker

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