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Durango’s unofficial car mart

Lee Lutgen looks at a Jeep in the parking lot of Durango High School along Main Avenue on Monday. Twenty-three motorcycles, boats, and cars ranging from a vintage Cadillac to a newer Volvo have appeared during the weekend. “Our policy has not changed from previous years,” said Laine Gibson, chief financial officer for Durango 9-R School District. High school staff members will call the phone numbers on signs on cars for sale and ask them to move their cars. Most people move them immediately. “We will tow, but we want to give people the opportunity first,” Gibson said. Enlarge photo

JERRY McBRIDE/Durango Herald

Lee Lutgen looks at a Jeep in the parking lot of Durango High School along Main Avenue on Monday. Twenty-three motorcycles, boats, and cars ranging from a vintage Cadillac to a newer Volvo have appeared during the weekend. “Our policy has not changed from previous years,” said Laine Gibson, chief financial officer for Durango 9-R School District. High school staff members will call the phone numbers on signs on cars for sale and ask them to move their cars. Most people move them immediately. “We will tow, but we want to give people the opportunity first,” Gibson said.