What is the position of the city with regards to inoperable vehicles?

Any vehicle which is visible from public or private view that is inoperable, wrecked or dismantled, and/or is not registered or licensed must be stored/parked within an enclosed structure or screened from public view by a fence at least 6-feet tall. For a definition of “screened,” refer to LMC 16.30 Section 202 of the  Longview Municipal Code. This includes such other vehicles as all-terrain, boats or personal watercraft vehicles.

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