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Westchester TLC Considering Removing Unlicensed Operators

LCT Staff
Posted on April 19, 2006

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Westchester County, N.Y., is considering a new law that would give it the right to remove from operation limousines whose drivers or owners fail to pay $1,000 or more in accrued fines, or who have five or more outstanding summonses. The law is intended to force those companies that fail to register with the county's Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) to come into compliance.

The county now has 712 outstanding summonses against individual limousines and limousine companies, with $307,265 in unpaid fines owed from the past two years. — levied against companies that are not licensed by the county's TLC but do business in Westchester.

Source: The Journal News

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