USA  ♦  Published at: 2019-07-18 14:13 | Source: Biz Journal
The city of Pittsburgh is owed at least $36 million in violations and late fees for parking tickets throughout the city, according to a public records investigation from WPXI. Of the $36 million figure, $21 million of it is for late fees, WPXI reports. "Every ticket that's outstanding we issue two letters out to them after the ten day and 20 day mark," Pittsburgh Parking Authority Director Dave Onorato said to WPXI. "If it's not collected in 30 days, another letter is issued with repeated phone…

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