Judge Tosses City Fines Against Elderly Landlords
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CHICAGO (CBS) – An elderly landlord couple charged $500 for rat abatement on city property will not have to pay.
The Niles couple — both are in their eighties — was ticketed by the city of Chicago Streets and Sanitation Department on two occasions — once for $650 and a second time for $2,240.
They fought back the second time and were the subject of reporter Brad Edwards’ original report on Monday.
Now, those violations have been tossed out. That includes the $500 fine for rat abatement measures on the parkway and alley, which are city property.