Reliquum est, silentium
posted by C. Briem at Tuesday, May 25, 2010
It looks funny, but I suppose some of the fines may have more than doubled. Also, this doesn't fit with the article's text, but given that the city gets a huge cut of what people pay to park legally, more enforcement ought to increase the regular parking revenue.
City continues to get ticket fee at privatized meter - after the privatized parking court takes it cut of course.
Principal-agent problems everywhere in all of this.
Will these privatized meter maids still be allowed to park in 'no parking' zones or not pay meters like the city's current ticket writers?
meter maidsI mean... really? Get with the times Hon.
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