Pressure mounted on the city’s scandal- plagued car-towing system, as two groups of aldermen called for another probe and City Hall weighed whether to remove a company from its towing list.
City Hall suspended its feared “Plate Finder” program last week after the Independent reported that a marshal called off a tow of a vehicle owned by the Rev. Boise Kimber, a pal of the mayor. The Plate Finder identifies cars whose owners owe back taxes or parking tickets, so companies can tow them away.
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