City, ParkAtlanta officials get tickets dismissedMyFoxAtlanta
Mar. 08, 2013
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ATLANTA - ParkAtlanta, the company that enforces parking laws in the city, has been controversial since day one.
Their contract says they are not supposed to show favoritism.
FOX 5's I-Team examined nine months of ParkAtlanta tickets to find some top officials at the city and at ParkAtlanta whose tickets were dismissed.
Why? The city said it was a secret program.
So, can the city document their secret program? You can be the judge.