Lobbying Effort May Lead to Fewer Tickets for Hartford Courthouse Users

Some lawyers who do business in state courthouses in Hartford have been forced to keep one eye on their legal work and the other on the parking meter. But no more.

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  • Ralph Keen

    Could the fine folks at the Parking Authority explain their math to me? I get the two dollars for two hours part, but I am having trouble figuring out why the rate nearly doubles per hour if I stay the full four hours.

  • Ralph Keen

    Finally some common sense. Kudos to John Bonee!! I have complained about this to the parking authority for years as well, apparently to the wrong people.

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