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Prospects appear strong that the nation's capital will hire more ticket writers in the fall.
An erroneous ticket placed on a man's car in D.C. last month left him scratching his head -- especially since the error was stated on the ticket itself.
D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh -- who has oversight of the DMV -- wouldn't go into specifics about John R. Stanton's case. But she did say the situation is convoluted.
Several members of the D.C. Council have come out in favor of restricting the sizes of sugary sodas sold in the District - a ban similar to one in New York City.
A proposal by three members of the D.C. Council would reduce speed camera fines in the District from the highest in the nation to a maximum of $50.
"I want to see whether our increase in fines has actually meant anything in terms of fewer numbers of people speeding or going through red lights," says D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh, (D-Ward 3).
No, it's not a rhetorical question. A new survey wants to know your views on cab service in the District.
While D.C.'s Public Service Commission adopted new performance standards for Pepco, D.C.'s Council is working on bills that would penalize the company for failing to make the grade.