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Today, February 20, 2013 I attempted to satisfy the demand for payment of traffic tickets through a payment plan. I spoke with representatives of the City's Finance Department and was directed to a City of Chicago attorney's office at (312) - 526-1298. After dialing that number I got an automated response stating that I should hold for a representative or leave a message. After being on hold for approximately 45 minutes, I attempted to leave a message; however, the automated service stated that the message in-box was full and messages could not be accepted. Not be able to do what the City's Finance Department demands because telephones are not answered is a significant hardship to citizens. The City of Chicago should not make it difficult on citizens to fulfil its demnds. In addition, the cost of parking meter expirations and other minor violations (front liscense plate missing) is excessive; the doubling of fines and addition of "collection fees" is similar to gouging. All considered, it has become extremely difficult to pay these additional "taxes" and conduct business in the City of Chicago. Also, a complaint process is not available or it is impossible to find. It is most likely that a response from the City's Finance Department will not be forthcoming.
My advice to anyone who lives in 11 is to move to a safer neighborhood or city if you don't like it. Chicago ain't for everyone. It's a big world with many choices. And remember: life ain't fair. Also, there are some places that are much better than others.
I FEEL THAT WHEN A FAMILY MEMBER HAS BEEN LOCKED UP AND TAKING TO 26 AND CALIFORNIA, AND HAVE SOME BELONGINGS, AT THE POLICE STATION THAT A FAMILY MEMBER SHOULD BE ABLE TO PICK UP THE BELONGINGS,FOR THE POLICE STATION INSTEAD OF THEM DONATING OR THROWING OUT THE BELONGINGS AFTER THIRTY DAYS, WHEN THE PERSON IS UNABLE TO COME BACK TO PICK THEM UP, BECAUSE OF STILL BEING BEHIND BARS.