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Scotia tightens up accounting of parking fine cash

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The village of Scotia has cracked down on people who have not paid parking tickets and now requires all tickets to be processed in court, in response to a state Comptroller’s Office audit. More than 1,800 tickets were issued during the period audited, which resulted in nearly $24,000 for the village. However, the village should have received nearly $47,000, according to state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. The audit faulted the village for incomplete records and found ...


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