A CBS2 investigative report has prompted the City of Los Angeles to refund more than $1.1 million in parking tickets mistakenly doled out to drivers and, just recently, CBS2 learned that parking officials are still handing out these kinds of tickets.
City leaders sounded off Wednesday in reaction to a story in which CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein exposed that parking enforcers were issuing bogus parking tickets throughout LA County.
CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein discovered that L.A. parking officers were giving out tickets, even though the area had been designated a relaxed parking route.
A security company has been issuing parking tickets that may be fooling drivers, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
A KCAL9 News report about an increase of parking tickets bringing in more revenue for the city of Los Angeles, has gotten a quick response from Mayor Eric Garcetti’s office.
“I wasn’t parked at that location,” Michael Rodas said.
Starting in mid-July, a team of volunteers in Malibu will start writing tickets for non-moving violations.
An audit found that $18 million worth of uncollected parking tickets are owed to the city of Long Beach.
The city Department of Transportation has a special “gold card desk” for the mayor and City Council members to call about reviewing parking tickets on behalf of constituents, according to an audit released Thursday by City Controller Wendy Greuel.