A couple of months, Schutze was all jacked up because someone on his street got a ticket for being parked the wrong way on a two-way street. Don't look now, but seems the city's done figured out that's an awful easy way to make $45 a pop during these lean times: I've received several missives in recent days from Friends of Unfair Park who've been hit with that very same wrong-way citation, including one from a neighbor on a tiny side street who received her love letter from the city just last week after years of breakin' the law, breakin' the law in front of her house.
Oh. And I probably should mention Schutze got tagged with a wrong-way ticket Saturday night. You, right there. Yes, you. Stop laughing.
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