We've all seen them: rotting corpses of crap cars festering in driveways, back yards and alleyways. Residents of El Paso, Texas are plagued by automotive eyesores, to the tune of over 2000 junk car complaints each year. The El Paso Times reports that the city is not ready to follow San Antonio's approach and give "blue cards" to neighborhood associations, who hand them out to local residents. "People aren't ready to put the finger on their neighbors" says liason Mark Alvarado. Well, not in person anyway.
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