parking meters http://wfpl.org en Parking Citations Remain Flat After Booting Law Changed; PARC Contemplates Tougher Rules http://wfpl.org/post/parking-citations-remain-flat-after-booting-law-changed-parc-contemplates-tougher-rules <p>New rules governing the use of immobilizing boots on the cars of parking violators in Louisville have not led to the increase in fee collection that city officials had hoped.</p><p>Since May, <a href="http://archives.wfpl.org/2012/03/22/parc-change-repeats-unenforced-policy-from-2009/">a change in city law </a>has allowed parking attendants to scan every vehicle parked at a metered space and place an immobilizing boot on any cars with three or more unpaid fines. The parking authority had hoped scofflaws would pay up before using meters again, but Assistant Director Tiffany Smith says <a href="/post/all-vehicles-now-scanned-parking-violations">the increase in fines paid was modest.</a></p><p> Tue, 04 Sep 2012 13:30:01 +0000 Gabe Bullard 1529 at http://wfpl.org Parking Citations Remain Flat After Booting Law Changed; PARC Contemplates Tougher Rules