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No Parking Signs Lead To Tickets

Residents of one Cincinnati neighborhood are learning a hard lesson in urban living.

When the city cleans the streets, you have to move your car.

But, as Local 12's Paula Toti reports, some lessons are learned more easily than others.

Temporary no parking signs must go up at least 14 hours before work begins, but no more than 24 hours in advance, by city ordinance.

The short notice led to numerous $50 tickets for residents in Corryville.

Some residents complain that so much construction in the area leads to many residents ignoring the signs.




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