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Scotia parking scofflaw crackdown near

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Scotia residents with unpaid parking tickets will want to pay up soon, because police are about to get the ability to tow and impound their cars. The village in January began participating in the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles Scofflaws program. If people have three or more unpaid parking tickets, the Village Court can declare them a scofflaw and suspend their license and registration, according to Mayor Kris Kastberg. The Scotia Board of ...


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cfield
February 21, 2013
10:12 a.m.

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another oppertunity for schenectady to make money too if they chose to do it

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