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This arose after going to my grandfather's funeral I was pulled over by a highway policeman who proceeded to give me not only a ticket but was very rude during my time of grief.
This being my second offense I decided my right of choice has been taken away from me.
Perhaps it is about time we changed how "parking enforcement" works. A completely new, friendly approach, not incentivised by money.
Each Council Ward can appoint its own group of "wardens", they may even be local volunteers, with the necessary powers to issue PCN's. Everyone in the ward will know who they are, and have their number to call if they have a problem. The point is however, that they will be welcoming, friendly sort of person, rather than the authoritarian set up we have now.
They will only issue tickets in the most extreme cases and will only issue a ticket as a last resort. The vast majority of PCN's issued currently are completely unnecessary and are purely issued to generate revenue - these would never get issued under this new arrangement.
I realise it may take some time to make these changes but they will be worth it if it encourages a more friendly local community.
In the UK at the moment you can steal and be fined less (or not at all), than the motorist who parks on the wrong line, displays the wrong permit, or just overstays his parking ticket. It is plainly very wrong and unfair.
Please sign the petition if you would like this to change.
Beginning, Tuesday, June 30, 2009 Florida law requires drivers and their passengers to wear their seatbelts or risk getting a ticket.
Under the new seatbelt law, a Florida law enforcement officer will have a legal right to pull over any automobile and ticket those not wearing their seatbelts. No other type of violation will be necessary for officers to make a traffic stop.
The most recent fine amount in Leon County Florida is $123.00 and varies across the state.
GDRHS sells prom tickets cheaper to couples every year. However, they do not sell couple tickets to two girls or two boys. This is not a one hundred percent heterosexual school, and some people can't afford the full price of the ticket.
The members of the armed forces provide safety for this county and they also risk there lives on the front line so why should they have to pay full price for season tickets especially when they get bad pay (mostly).
rockgeek has shut down all the fmc threads does a brillian job at modding and gives up a substantial amount of time just to help people use the forum
In light of this rockgeek should be given a ticket to SonisphereQ
I am a West Ham United supporter and last year was disappointed not to be able to go to the final.
I found out at the time that the allocation for each club was not half but approximately a third. Which means a third was for allocatted for hospitality etc. This year I have checked Man United website and found that their allocation is 25000. Unable to find Chelsea allocation but would assume same. 50000 fans for a 90000 seater Wembley.
Therefore I would like to see more supporters getting to see their teams in the final. A memorable day which should be enjoyed by as many supporters as possible.
A child day saver ticket on the metro is £1 but when people get to 17 years they have to pay adult fares, which for a day saver is £4.30 and £1.90 to travel one stop compared to 30p for under 16's.
The information is there to be seen by anyone looking on Ebay or Ticket Sales site.
It's time to stop the Ebay money grabbers from laughing all the way to the bank at the expense of fans.
Most people that are regulars on the gig scene and even ones that are not will know, trying to get tickets to see a band / concert these days is mostly down to luck.
This I believe is due to the amount of people buying tickets simply to sell them at huges profits on ebay. The evidence to support this claim can be seen by anyone that goes onto ebay and searches for tickets. I recently seen a £12.50 ticket for one of my favourite bands on ebay selling for £90 (this was the day after i tried myself to get tickets to this gig with no luck).
It is my own opinion, as well as most of the people i have discussed this with, that if ticket sales on ebay are stopped there will be a lot less people buying them simply to sell on, and a lot more chance of genuine giggers being able to purchase them at their true value. Please support this petition and add your signature.
March 17, 2006
The parking situation at Pleasant Grove High School (PGHS) is terrible! There are no quality parking stalls that are ever available. If there is a good place, the ticket advisor at the school will give you a ticket.
We believe she takes her job to an extreme. We can understand giving tickets in certain situations (ie. parking over curbs, double parking, etc).
As students, we propose that she cuts back her distributing a bit. Some situations do not need a ticket (ie. parking in faculty when there are numerous available stalls).
January 15, 2006
We feel that ticket touting is wrong and is an issue that needs addressing.
Nothing gives these people the right to make money this way and rob the true fans of the chance to see their favourite bands perfom for the intended prices.
The first step to addressing the issue as a whole is to deal with the current 'boom' of ticket touting on e-bay.
Sometimes tickets are being sold for DOUBLE THE INTENDED SALE PRICE, this is wrong and needs to be stopped.
I want to see Glassjaw live! I've heard that if they do tour that this will be their last tour, so last chance for all the GJ aussies to get in there and bring them down to us.
Ticket touting is a million pound industry that blights the enjoyment of thousands of people. Fans should be entitled to buy tickets at fair prices without the constant threat of losing out to ticket touts.
We call upon the British Government to tackle this problem that cannot be ignored any longer. Please consider the following;
Instruct the Live Music Forum to investigate the impact of touting and scalpers upon the live music industry (which has proved to be successful in the Victorian State Government in Australia)
Encourage limits on the number of tickets available in any one transaction.
Encourage a 'free returns' policy like in theatres. This limit the number of tickets sold to touts when holders cannot attend an event.
Encourage internet auction sites to clamp down on illegal ticket touting on their sites.
Madonnas ticket prices are yet again over priced and the real fans are being pushed out of the market of seeing there idol preforme live. Can't we get cheaper ticket sales for the poorer fans as the 2004 Tour cost from £175-£450 a ticket.
Dear Mr. Buffett,
We, your fans, are asking for your help. The problem is the difficulty that your true fans have had in getting tickets to your concerts. Many fans stand in line for hours or spend hours on the phone and end up with no tickets. Ticket agents are able to get plenty of tickets before they even go on sale, yet we as your fans are not able to get tickets unless we pay the scalpers prices which range from $140-$600 for tickets with a face value of $60. Not to mention the orchestra and floor seats that scalpers sell for around $1500.
We realize that this problem is due in part to Ticketmaster. The only solution we have come up
with is to try and protest the actions of Ticketmaster by not buying any tickets from them. However, that would also mean we would never be able to see you and hear you in concert. We would like for you to look into trying to find a way to ensure that your fans are taken care of. We realize that this is a big undertaking, but some other performers have already tried different ways of doing this, so we know that it is possible to make a difference.
We ask that you please try to help you fans who have stuck with you through the
years and are now finding it difficult to pay $140.00 per ticket or face the thought of not spending our summers with you. We ask for you help for ourselves but also point out the fact that you are not seeing any of the money that the scalpers (ticket agents) are making on your name, talent and popularity. Taking some of the power away from Ticketmaster and the ticket agents will not only benefit your fans, it will benefit you.