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Top-10 Parking Ticket Violators

Here's a list from the New Canaan Parking Bureau of who owes them the most money in parking tickets.

 

What follows is a list of who owes New Canaan the most money in parking tickets, as per the town’s Parking Bureau. The list is limited to plates for which the Parking Bureau has an owner’s name.


Name Amount Owed 1 Jacqueline Reyes $360 2 Evans Painting $340 3 Peter Kraft $340 4 Jennifer De Carle $330 5 Jill Jackson $325 6 Laurene Basso $315 7 Deirdre Kiniry $300 8 Berrouet Clausel $300 9 Daniel Eller $300 10 Heather Kany  $300
Dave March 13, 2013 at 12:19 PM
Gee Invasion of Privacy, you need to find a hobby or report more Important news then throwing people names up like that, how about writhing a storie about who has the most Expensive Jewelry in town and and that to your car list story
Glen K Dunbar March 13, 2013 at 12:49 PM
Mikey. What does that mean rich little buddy $$$ ??
Glen K Dunbar March 13, 2013 at 12:50 PM
Better yet Dave ...how about a 2nd Part 2 interview focused on GLEN. ???? How about a story on how Glen has been vicitimized by this town??
Davey Goliath March 13, 2013 at 02:04 PM
"Invasion of Privacy"? Dave, you're so funny...you have me "writhing" in pain from laughing so hard.
Ade March 13, 2013 at 02:30 PM
NC does use boots. I saw one on a car in the Morse lot on Monday.
Glen K Dunbar March 13, 2013 at 02:38 PM
I have never had a problem running late on my parking here in town. I always park far away anyhow. Why? First I do not know how to parrallell (sp?) Next, parking spots are like so RARE in this here lovely town of New Canaan..I can't get a spot most times anyhow. Yes, I am complaining
J Bauer March 14, 2013 at 03:25 AM
Can we do a top 10 list of Patch's worst editorial decisions?
Michael Dinan (Editor) March 14, 2013 at 03:29 AM
John, will my decision moments ago to approve your comment make the list?
J Bauer March 14, 2013 at 05:34 PM
None of what you say is relevant, Michael. I was referring to patch editorial decisions recently. Between this and the photos (with license plates) of bad parking jobs in town or the decision to post most expensive cars list with owners names and addresses, or etc... it all just smells of editorial thuggery to me. Freedom of the press is central to our way of life, but with that freedom comes great influence and implicit authority and on the spectrum, I used to consider patch towards the end where you found real community news, lets say the Advertiser or New Canaan News. Nowadays it seems to be quickly moving more towards the end occupied by people like Terri Buhl.
Michael Dinan (Editor) March 14, 2013 at 05:40 PM
Thanks for your comments, John. My advice: Definitely do not log into New Canaan Patch tomorrow, for our second installment of "REALLY?" ... -Mike
Tenured March 15, 2013 at 12:25 AM
There does seem to be an awful lot of finger pointing on this site recently.
Patrick Henry March 15, 2013 at 12:52 AM
Michael, you are obviously a brilliant guy and I respect your thoughts and ideas and totally agree with you about the parking. Disagree with you about the vehicles. Simply because what you are saying about Patch.com editorial decisions could also be said about the owners of the cars themselves. I drive my Ferrari to town for a nice dinner at Chef Luis. A bad guy sees it. Waits for me to finish dinner. Follows me home. Now he knows where I live. It's the risk I run. But, similar to publishing owner information on the Patch, what good is the car if people don't know who owns it?
Michael Dinan (Editor) March 15, 2013 at 12:56 AM
Just to be clear here, everyone: Patch did *not* publish the home addresses of motor vehicle owners in New Canaan. The locator map at the right of that article was picked up from a story linked within that plotted the highest-assessed homes in town. -Mike
Patrick Henry March 15, 2013 at 02:02 AM
Well-put Michael, but I don't know of too many "private collectors" of autos like the ones on the Patch list who wish to remain "truly" private. I'm sure many of the owners on that list don't mind the publicity, and in most cases have appropriate security measures in place to protect their collections from any potential thieves who might have utilized the Patch article as a virtual treasure map.
Baffled Resident March 28, 2013 at 11:05 PM
Someone got the boot this morning. An Infiniti G35 parked by Blue Mercury on Main had a boot on the left rear wheel.

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