Syracuse Common Councilors Monday decided to stick with the company that helps the city with parking enforcement, ticketing, and immobilizing vehicles for another three years. The agreement with Paylock didn’t come without questions about whether the city’s getting its money’s worth.
The numbers would seem to indicate the city is having success in issuing parking tickets. but the trouble is getting violators to pay up. Councilor Nader Maroun says there are about 80,000 outstanding tickets worth about $6 million.