Two brothers ordered to clean up or sell late father's Pa. scrapyard
Aug 16, 2005 | 10:41 AM
| Michael Marley
A Reading, Pa., magistrate has told two brothers to either clean up or sell the property where their late father's scrapyard is located.According to a local newspaper report, District Judge Ronald C. Mest found brothers James D. and Ernest J. Riegel guilty of safety and sanitation violations in regard to the Monocacy Creek Road property in nearby Amity Township, where....
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