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Abandoned RVs challenge Vancouver

Costs, laws protecting homeless keep vehicles in park

By Lauren Ellenbecker, Columbian staff writer
Published: February 2, 2022, 6:05am
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A pedestrian strolls past an abandoned recreational vehicle along Vancouver's Waterfront Renaissance Trail on Tuesday. Derelict vehicles on public property remain a difficult obstacle for towing companies to remove because of their high impound and disposal fee.
A pedestrian strolls past an abandoned recreational vehicle along Vancouver's Waterfront Renaissance Trail on Tuesday. Derelict vehicles on public property remain a difficult obstacle for towing companies to remove because of their high impound and disposal fee. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The Waterfront Renaissance Trail provides a beautiful view of Oregon’s shore across the Columbia River’s gentle ripples, yet some say an abandoned recreational vehicle obstructs the serenity the scene is meant to provide.

The vehicle parked along the path has broken windows, a missing wheel and is dependent on a jack to stay upright.

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