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Amnesty starting Monday for parking tickets

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The new parking violations bureau is offering an amnesty week starting on Monday and runs through May 4.

During amnesty week, people will be able to pay off their original $10 tickets before changes go into effect.

If the program is not taken advantage of, those with tickets will have to pay full price later.

Payments can be made in cash or money orders, and payment options are available online.

Once the city's parking violations bureau is established this summer, it will have the power to file civil action against those who don't pay tickets.

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