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On top of that, the DOF even gives these big companies discounts on their tickets -- something the city no longer does with individuals and small business owners.
Scofflaw corporations owe the city $9.3 million in tickets, according to Liu.
“It’s bad enough that people feel like they’re constantly blitzed with parking tickets,” he said in a statement. “It’s absolutely galling to now find that the City lets big companies off the hook on millions in parking tickets. At the minimum, the City should be as efficient collecting money from big companies as it is from residents and small business owners, who apparently never get a break.”
Fed-Ex, Verizon, Frito-Lay, and Anheuser-Bush were among the companies sited. Liu's audits are available here.
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