PORT CHESTER, N.Y. --All unpaid parking tickets older than 90 days will be waived in November under a parking violations amnesty program . "Basically it's be there or be square," said Mayor Dennis Pilla. "You can pay the reduced amount, or when the penalty period's over, the amount of the penalty goes back on and we will find you." The village is owed nearly $6 million in unpaid parking tickets. The program is expected to recoup a minimum $200,000. Mayor Pilla said that traffic police use automated license plate readers that link to a parking violations database going back more than 10 years and drivers with three outstanding tickets or more will be booted.
Drivers can pay parking fines online , or in person at the Parking Violations Bureau located at 350 N. Main St. open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. "If you have unpaid tickets it is in your best interests to get in and settle up," said Trustee Bart Didden.
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