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Byline: Tanya Rose
Jul. 26--CONCORD -- Residents who say they were blindsided by the sudden enforcement of a 17-year-old law regarding illegally parked recreational vehicles and boats have convinced city leaders to review the rules and suspend any fines.
"This is America," resident Dan McCormick said Tuesday night during the City Council's general public comment period. "We voted you in, and we can vote you out.
"We own the property, not you guys. I don't see why we can't keep our stuff in our yard and on the street if we keep it clean. I say that's discrimination," he said.
Because the ordinance was not on the agenda and the general public …