Jeff Jardine

August 20, 2014 6:45 PM

Jeff Jardine: Years after Modesto ordinance, abandoned shopping carts still a problem

In 2008, the Modesto City Council updated its ordinance aimed at curtailing the number of shopping carts stolen from stores. But when you consider the budget cuts to city staff and law enforcement in just about every city in the state, chasing shopping cart thieves ranks very low on the priority list.

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