Oct 21, 2016 2:13 PM
CONCORD — The city's parking committee is debating whether or not to recommend a proposal which would require anyone with unpaid parking tickets to clear the balance before registering their vehicle.
The committee is planning to propose a draft of the plan at the December city council meeting, according to the Concord Monitor.
In fiscal year 2015 over $80,000 worth of parking tickets went unpaid. That's roughly 17 percent of tickets issued by the city.
If the proposal is passed, those that have overdue parking fines will be required to renew their registration in person where they will first be asked to clear the outstanding balance.
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