Posted, Thursday January 26-7:10PM
By Laura Coleman
For the first time since anyone who has been at El Rodeo can recall–one man’s memory dates back 40 years-City parking officials have ceased to look the other way when dispensing parking violation tickets to teachers and staff members who park on City streets.
On Monday, Beverly Hills traffic officers doled out 10 $55 parking violation tickets to El Rodeo employees (one woman’s car was ticketed twice) according to El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen. All of those ticketed had clearly displayed their Beverly Hills Unified School District placards while parking in the four hour section of Whittier between the scout house and Lomitas Avenue.
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