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NYC approves parking grace period, ditches stickers
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Drivers in New York City could soon get a break from costly parking tickets.
The City Council approved a grace period that gives drivers five minutes to buy a Muni-Meter ticket and show proof to a traffic enforcement agent before they get a fine.
The council also voted to ditch the green stickers the city puts on the windows of cars that are parked illegally during alternate side parking.
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