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parking ticket

a summons served for a parking offence
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It is of no consequence to me, or the public, if the vehicle driver actually pays this parking ticket, just so long as the vehicle driver does not have the parking ticket paid by their employer using public funds.
One of the most appealing features of this service is that the user never pays any fees up front, and submitting the NYC parking ticket is completely free.
More parking ticket machines will come online in phases.
When officers searched the perpetrator's car, 14 parking tickets, of which 12 had been forged, were recovered.
With only a handful of days notice, these weekly tickets were withdrawn from car parks, with notices informing those who work in our city centre, that the PS10 weekly car parking ticket was to indefinitely suspended across all car parks.
If someone would ask what we were working on, we would usually tell them that we were working on a smartphone application that kept people from getting parking tickets, but we would never give them any specific details.
The council's wardens dished out almost 21,000 parking tickets last year with fines of either pounds 50 or pounds 70 depending on the offence.
In Northern Ireland, the amount of a parking ticket is cut from pounds 60 to pounds 30 if paid within two weeks, but upped after 28 days.
John Cosgrove from Summerhill, Wrexham, successfully appealed against a parking ticket he was given on King Street, Wrexham in March.
Because Dubai can be, ironically, a rather cold and unfriendly city, Kipp was pleasantly surprised by this random act of kindness reported in this morning's The National--which sees residents of the UAE giving their still valid parking tickets to other drivers if they no longer need it.
The Boston Herald reported last week that Cambridge printed 40,000 yoga parking tickets - citations depicting popular yoga poses - as part of a public art project designed to soften the blow that motorists often feel upon receiving a ticket.
The option to pay parking tickets on the city's Web site became available March 15.