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The city pays homeowners $1,000 to remove chain-link fences on properties. Taryn Luna The Sacramento Bee
The city pays homeowners $1,000 to remove chain-link fences on properties. Taryn Luna The Sacramento Bee

Rancho Cordova cleans up neighborhoods one chain-link fence at a time

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