By Joe Eskenazi
[Bob] Planthold, a former city ethics commissioner who walks with braces and crutches after a childhood bout with polio, notes that this article will show you little-used law allowing cities to hire the disabled to enforce disabled parking access laws. Based upon his survey of the six square blocks around City Hall alone, he feels he could write “$600,000 worth of tickets a year.”
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