Was your student unfairly booted in an off-campus parking lot?
They may be getting their money back, according to the Minnesota Daily.
Anyone with a vehicle that has been booted behind Stub & Herb’s since Oct. 1 has a refund coming to them.
A boot, used to immobilize vehicles, is a mechanical clamp that locks the front left wheel of a motor vehicle. Boots are used when someone illegally parks in a private lot.
Throughout January meetings were held regarding Clampdown Parking Enforcement, the company hired to boot in the parking lots shared by Milio’s Sandwiches, Stub & Herb’s, MacNicol, Bona Vietnamese Restaurant, Papa John’s and Enrica Fish Medical Books.
Richard Tuffs, a license inspector for the city of Minneapolis, said anyone who was booted and paid a fine in these lots since Oct. 1 will receive a refund because Clampdown Parking Enforcement violated seven ordinances regarding booting.