Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Warning: Chicago About To Ramp-Up Booting Efforts

The City of Chicago is coming after motorists who have two or more unpaid parking tickets that are older than one year. In an effort to deal with a budget shortfall, the Chicago City Council lowered the threshold for the boot from five unpaid tickets to two. 65,318 notices have been mailed out by the city. About 415 vehicles have already been booted. This move by the City comes at a time of mounting layoffs and economic difficulties affecting the public.

After decades of mismanaging Chicago's budget, the City is now beginning it's assault on the motorists and taxpayers to clean up their mess. Apparently, the revenue from the red light cameras is not enough. We wonder what they will come up with next.

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