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I received a $15 parking ticket in the courthouse lot next to the Melvin building.
I paid the ticket via computerized auto bill pay.
A month later or so, I got a bill from a collection agency MBS or something, for $40.
I looked it up and my check was returned.
I got another parking ticket last week.
After going downtown quite a bit over the last few years, I have found the parking enforcement never more enforced btw...
Some restaurant owners are pretty pissed about it.
So I called in and was told that in general, auto bill pay doesn't work.
I suggested they inform someone to alert ticket payers that it doesn't work, so more people won't make the same undoable actions.
They said the upper ups already knew.
I asked what was being done about it.
They said nothing.
I asked to speak with those who receive comments from the public that is documented in the IFYI.
I spoke to them.
The comment didn't show up on this week's report or last weeks.
Feb 15, 2013 at 07:40 PM
"watts of electricity annually"
Watts is a measure of power, not energy.
Feb 17, 2013 at 05:31 AM
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