Parking fines may increase 33%

Nick Clark
Updated March 11 2022 - 1:55pm, first published March 10 2022 - 2:00pm
Parking meter in George Streets Launceston.
Picture: Paul Scambler
Parking meter in George Streets Launceston. Picture: Paul Scambler

Motorists could face a 33 per cent increase in parking fines if an extensive process begun by the City of Launceston is successful. The fine for most parking offences if paid more than 28 days from incursion would rise to $86.50.

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Nick Clark

Nick Clark

Journalist

I am the Supreme and Magistrates Court reporter for the Examiner for the past 18 months. My journalism career has clicked over 30 years and encompasses four different spells at Tasmanian newspapers.

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