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Early this year, Mayor Catherine Pugh and the City Council made parking tickets more difficult to issue by forcing police officers and municipal court staff to obtain the owner’s consent to issue the ticket and by setting new fines.

When the legislation creating the new citation was passed, the city had about 450,000 unpaid fines for a total of about $7 million.

Within weeks, the city began processing about 6,000 new parking tickets — 95 percent of them were immediately canceled. About 4,000 fines remain unpaid.

But Pugh wants to make sure the number of unpaid tickets doesn’t grow.

“If you look at the current number of unpaid parking tickets, it’s almost 2,500,” she said. “We’re not stopping the ticketing. We just really want to clarify the law, so that if someone is parked on their own property, no one is ticketed, except if they park in someone else’s driveway.

“They’re still going to be fined. They’re just going to pay it at their own expense if they’re ticketed.”

Council President Brandon Scott said he sees two reasons to move the legislation for one session.

“I think it’s an opportunity for us to do a little housekeeping because we did some housekeeping in the code-making and code-changing session that’s been going on,” he said. “To kind of bring those two things together would be good for everybody.”

Pugh agreed that the council could consider the legislation at its Jan. 13 meeting because the city is about six months away from the start of the next budget year.

“We’d like to get it out of the way,” she said. “We think the time has come.”

When the new legislation reaches Pugh’s desk, she said, she’ll give it her close review.

“I’m looking at the bills. I’ve read them, and I’m going to get some comments on them,” she

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