Some Chicago aldermen push for end to residential parking passes
CHICAGO - Some Chicago aldermen are pushing the city to abandon residential parking permits.
There are more than 2,000 residential parking zones and a yearly permit costs $25 a piece.
At a budget meeting this week, Alderman Ray Lopez said it's irritating and pointless unless the only point is to bring the city money.
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Residential parking permits have brought the city more than $3 million so far this year.
Other aldermen noted the process of getting one online is annoying. Selling them in aldermanic offices is annoying too.
No decision has been made yet.