I bet someone at Victorian Corner is responsible, they seem to have a lock on all day parking. Or the number one objective of AutoChalk is collecting all the locations and license plates of every car.
The issue, administrative manager Jocelyn Francis said, is that the system isn’t properly alerting parking enforcement officers when a vehicle has been in a timed space too long and is in violation — which is the purpose of the parking technology.
While Francis said that the city is working with the company to improve the accuracy of the equipment, it’s decided to withhold a final payment of $11,800 for the machines until the system “consistently meets our standards.” The system was supposed to replace the chalk method, but P.G. parking officers are still marking tires.