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When police park at HQ, regular rules do not apply

By Colby Cremins and Emily K. Williams
Globe Correspondents / February 16, 2009

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Illegal parking in a handicapped spot is no trifling matter. Boston issues 11,000 tickets a year, each of which carries a $120 fine and often a $93 towing charge. And it is not uncommon for passersby to loudly rebuke able-bodied drivers who use parking spots reserved for the disabled. (Full article: 1032 words)

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