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Charlottetown issued 2,500 parking tickets in August

David Wall, one of Charlottetown’s parking meter commissionaires, checks a vehicle on Prince Street on Thursday. The city is considering extending enforcement from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
David Wall, one of Charlottetown’s parking meter commissionaires, checks a vehicle on Prince Street in this Guardian file photo. - Dave Stewart
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

Charlottetown parking commissionaires wrote 2,540 in the month of August, almost matching the 2,590 tickets they wrote in August of 2018.

That brings the total in 2019 to 22,152 parking tickets issued, up from the 21,466 that had been written by the end of August a year ago.

The city also issued 107 tickets under the nuisance bylaw, bringing the total for the year to 722 as of the end of August.

And, 27 tickets were issued under the dog bylaw, bringing the total for the year to 228 as of the end of August.


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