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The fine line between used cars and junk

Posted by Ralph Ranalli September 11, 2007 11:42 AM

NORFOLK

The Town of Norfolk's attorney, George Hall, says he intends to file a complaint in Norfolk Superior Court alleging that a local business has violated an agreement to clear its property of junk cars and trucks, Town Administrator Jack Hathaway said.

Last year, business owner Paul Waznis and the town signed an agreement that extended Call & Wait Auto Service’s operating license until the end of this month, as long as Waznis agreed to clear the Lincoln Road property.

Hathaway said the business began clearing the land, only to later bring in more material. Officials have charged that Waznis is operating a junkyard under the guise of a used-car lot.

-- Calvin Hennick

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