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November 16, 2011 | RedEye
The Chicago City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve Mayor Rahm Emanuel's first budget. So what does this mean for new fines and fees? Offense: Tampering with city water meter: Old fine: Shut off New fine: $500-750 (includes potential shutoff) No vehicle sticker (large truck): Old fine: $120 New fine: $500 Late fee for vehicle sticker: Old fine: $40 New fine: $60 No vehicle sticker: Old fine: $120 New fine: $200 Parking meter violation...
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November 16, 2011 | RedEye
The Chicago City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve Mayor Rahm Emanuel's first budget. So what does this mean for new fines and fees? Offense: Tampering with city water meter: Old fine: Shut off New fine: $500-750 (includes potential shutoff) No vehicle sticker (large truck): Old fine: $120 New fine: $500 Late fee for vehicle sticker: Old fine: $40 New fine: $60 No vehicle sticker: Old fine: $120 New fine: $200 Parking meter violation...
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May 3, 2012 | Elliott Serrano, for Redeye
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