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Reduced fines for overdue Manorhaven parking tickets
People with overdue Village of Manorhaven parking tickets can now take advantage of a special amnesty program to pay a portion of their fines.
The Justice Court Amnesty and Compliance Project 2014, established by the Manorhaven village board of trustees, grants a reduction in fines for those with overdue parking tickets dated from Jan. 1, 2005. through Dec. 15, 2013.
The program, which begins in February, allows for a 40 percent reduction in fines for those who pay their delinquent tickets between Feb. 1, 2014, and March 31, 2014, a 30 percent reduction for those who pay their overdue fines in the month of April, and a 20 percent reduction for those who pay their overdue fines in May.
The village said a $10 administration fee will apply to each ticket paid under the reduction program.