|Re: You Can't Foil These Parking Meters/Technology Makes it Easier|
|Fred Atkinson (email@example.com)|
Tue, 6 Sep 2005 23:49:36 -0400
This article made me remember an experience I had when I was working|
I was on a business trip to Colorado. First we ran all over Denver
I can't now remember if this happened in Aspen or in Vail. But it was
They had non-metered forty-five minute parking zones. They 'chalked'
So, when another officer comes back by and types it in again and you
We had parked our rental vehicle in a forty-five minute zone. I
When we returned to the vehicle, there was a parking ticket on it.
I called the parking ticket supervisor at the town hall, gave him the
He was reluctant, but he deleted the ticket from the system and told
So much for modern technology. Fewer challenges, huh?
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