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Posted on: June 5, 2017

Supervisor Romaine Announces Extension of Town’s Parking Violations Amnesty Program to June 15

Farmingville, NY - Supervisor Ed Romaine has announced that the Town’s Parking Violations Amnesty Program has been extended to June 15. The program launched on April 15 and was slated to end on May 31. It allows for a 40% discount on all overdue or outstanding parking violations that are paid during this time. Over 300 residents have already participated in the program and the Town collected more than $57,000. Those who have been issued summonses after January 1, 2017 are not eligible for the discount.

"This program gives people the opportunity to pay the fine at a discount and clear their debt without the need for a hearing," said Supervisor Romaine, "I urge anyone who has not paid their fines to do so as soon as possible and take advantage of the discount. When the Amnesty Program ends, we will pursue those who continue to ignore their responsibility and they will be required to pay the fine with significant penalties."

The Parking Violations Bureau is responsible for processing the citations issued by the Town's Code Enforcement personnel, Fire Marshals, Suffolk County Police, Suffolk County Sheriff's Department, Railroad Police and Brookhaven Town Bay Constables. Tickets can be issued for a variety of reasons, including such violations as unauthorized parking in handicapped parking spots or parking illegally in fire zones. The Town has also established a Traffic Court that meets to adjudicate summonses that are challenged. For more information about the Town's Parking Violations Amnesty program, call 451-TOWN (8696).

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