So far this summer, I've paid $65 in parking tickets. I usually wait until I accumulate a couple — because it is inevitable — until the oldest one reaches its 15-day limit, and then I pay them all. I used to cavalierly stuff them in the driver's side visor until the city towed me. Still, one small yellow envelope is always riding shotgun in my car.
COLUMN: Columbia officials need to give more thought to parking system
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