Citizens of Atlanta have been enfuriated by PARKatlanta and their high priced parking meters for almost a year now.
Atlanta may be talking again about canceling their contract with the private parking company.
Councilman C.T. Martin believes that it may be time to look at the contract because of the numerous complaints from Atlanta citizens about outrageous parking tickets.
However, in order to break the contract with PARKatlanta, it would cost the city between 5 and 15 million dollars.
Atlanta residents have been complaining about how aggressive the parking enforcers are when issuing parking tickets in order to collect more money.
Councilman Martin gives some examples of the complaints the city has been receiving.
City Council member Michael Julian Bond agrees that it may be time to reconsider the contract.
It would be up to Mayor Kasim Reed’s administration to cancel the contract.
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