Longueuil cops to start fining motorists during snow-removal operations

Longueuil police say they aren't kidding around anymore when it comes to giving tickets to drivers who fail to respect parking restrictions during major snow-removal operations.

At the beginning of the seasons, they had been issuing warning tickets for those whose cars got in the way of snow-removal equipment. For now on, those tickets will come with a $43 fine.

A statement from the police force says Longueuil residents all have a role to play in making sure snow removal jobs get carried out without incident.

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  1. Richard posted on 01/11/2014 05:24 PM
    Warning Tickets?? We here in Verdun get a 43$ Ticket along with another 100$ Ticket for Towing. We don't get Warnings why should other city's be treated differently???

    When it comes to money nothing is organized properly.
  2. gerry posted on 02/05/2014 07:33 PM
    What ever happened to putting those little flags out on snow banks the day before an area was getting snow removed, looks like the town was low on money again and spending it all on new farmers markets on top of just refurnished soccer fields. The sad part is people keep electing the same nut jobs over and over again.
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