Ann Arbor City Council to consider towing ordinance revision
The Ann Arbor City Council will consider changing the city’s towing ordinance at its Nov. 19 meeting, the Ann Arbor Chronicle reported.
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The proposed ordinance change would allow the city to demand an owner demonstrate a vehicle is operative if it appears not to have been driven for 48 hours after being tagged, the Chronicle reported.
Earlier this year, neighbors of a couple on Shady Lane complained about vehicles parked on the street. Neighbors said they saw the couple moving a single working battery from one vehicle to another, driving the vehicles in a circle, and then parking them again in order to avoid getting towed.