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Hoboken wrote 24K more parking tickets in 2013 than 2012

Residents say legal parking is difficult to find

Residents say legal parking is difficult to find in their city and feel there simply aren't enough spaces. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

A surge in parking tickets is bringing a surplus of cash to the city of Hoboken.

Residents say legal parking is difficult to find in their city and feel there simply aren't enough spaces.

New data shows 127,500 tickets were written in 2013. That is up from 103,000 in 2012, or $1 million in added revenue.

Cars can be found double-parked on Washington Street. On side streets, many...

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