Lawmakers propose changes to ‘booting’ laws

The proposal comes amid an outcry from Hoboken

The proposal comes amid an outcry from Hoboken residents over the city?s parking policies.

Two state lawmakers have proposed a bill that would tighten the rules concerning the “booting” of vehicles in towns across the state.

The bipartisan legislation is sponsored by Assemblyman Carmelo Garcia (D-33) and Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon (R-13).

Under the proposed measure, municipalities won’t be able to immobilize your vehicle unless there is an outstanding warrant against it....

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