Monthly Archives: April 2013

Unpaid parking fines add up to millions

According to city officials in Providence, Rhode Island, there were 442,894 parking tickets at least a month past due in their city as of March 26. Including the original fee and late fines, this could add up to $6.6 million. … Continue reading

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A downtown parking success story

It’s good to read about a city that has turned around a shoddy parking program. A few years ago, Lexington, Kentucky officials reorganized parking and its enforcement in their downtown area and the results have been remarkably successful. Parking is … Continue reading

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What Happened to the “Curse”

The Curse of the Bambino is a legend revolving around the Boston Red Sox. Seems that after the Sox sold Babe “Bambino” Ruth to the New York Yankees in 1920, they were unable to win a world series again until … Continue reading

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A Comment on Paul’s Post about Cincinnati

I’m in 100% agreement. One of the city council members has a plan to ‘save’ the city’s budget by, gasp, cutting expenses, and a few accounting tricks. Wouldn’t it be reasonable to take that tact first, rather than selling (leasing) … Continue reading

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What Does this Sign Mean?

A fellow in Omaha got a ticket for parking there on Saturday (He’s not handicapped) and a judge threw it out. Here’s the deal — It’s always a handicapped parking space, but between 8:30 AM and 5PM M-F there is … Continue reading

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