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Sean Polland, CFA Treasury Manager. Parking ordinance Chapter 35 – Orange County Code. Agenda. Purpose of Revising Ordinance Current Fines Parking Ticket Revenues Proposed Changes Parking Meters Florida Local Government Penalty Schedules Recommendation Questions.

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Sean polland cfa treasury manager

Sean Polland, CFA

Treasury Manager

Parking ordinanceChapter 35 – Orange County Code


Agenda

  • Purpose of Revising Ordinance

  • Current Fines

  • Parking Ticket Revenues

  • Proposed Changes

  • Parking Meters

  • Florida Local Government Penalty Schedules

  • Recommendation

  • Questions


Purpose of the Revision

  • Most penalties in place since 1985

  • Handicapped and fire lane since 1995

  • Burden on the court system

  • Collection agency

  • Retention of revenues

  • Convention Center parking meters



Parking Ticket Revenues

The Clerk of the Court collected $98,767 in payments in 2010. This money is retained by the Clerk.


Recommended changes

Proposed Changes

Recommended Changes


Parking Meters Convention Center

  • Board approved in November

  • Best way to enforce temporary parking

  • Fee of $3 per hour – Maximum 3 hours

  • $30 fine

  • Violation notices issued every 3 hours

  • Notices issued by Sheriff’s Deputies

  • Late fee of $15 after 30 days



Recommendation

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  • Adopt ordinance amending Chapter 35 of the Orange County Code – Parking

  • Summary of changes:

    • Increase all $10 penalties

    • Decrease fire lane/hydrant to $30

    • Failure to display handicapped placard

    • Approve metered parking

    • Increase late fee – due after 30 days


Questions

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Orange County Code, Chapter 35 – Parking


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