TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The City of Troy announced a parking amnesty program that will begin on Saturday.
The program will allow qualifying outstanding parking tickets to be paid at a reduced rate. Whoever qualifies for the program will receive a letter in the mail on how to pay the tickets.
According to City Council Pres. Carmella Mantello, there are around $900,000 of unpaid tickets in the city.
Officials said the program will run from August 1 through September 15. All payments for tickets that qualify under the amnesty must be made by mail or online at www.troyny.gov/pay.
Mantello released a statement on the announcement saying in-part:
“This is a win-win! Individuals who owe outstanding parking tickets will be getting a break and the city will capture needed revenues.”
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