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Monday October 17th, 2016

Posted at 4:35pm

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The City of Windsor says that their Parking Enforcement Officers are seeing some positive results as their zero tolerance approach continues at area schools this week.

On Monday officers attended the area near Bellewood School to try to address concerns of illegal parking and stopping.

After close to 80 tickets were handed out at the first four locations, officials report that there were no tickets issued before or after school at Bellewood.

The City’s Supervisor of Compliance and Enforcement, Bill Kralovensky credits the positive result on pre-blitz meetings with school administration. Kralovensky says school administration is concerned however that buses are arriving half full even though the majority of Bellewood students qualify for busing. The result is congestion in the “Kiss and Ride” area caused by vehicles dropping off students.

Officers will return to Bellewood again Tuesday before and after school.

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