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Who owns the downtown lots that hit motorists with parking tickets?

Si Cantwell
StarNews

Q. Who owns the parking lots near Riverwalk restaurants, that hit restaurant customers with $30 “private” parking tickets? A company named Park Select operates these lots, but who owns them?

The lots are owned by various entities. You can find the owner of any specific parcel in Wilmington by using this map:

http://wilmingtonnc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/OnePane/basicviewer/index.html?appid=52308d392d91470880e5d7d6fdb2e76e

It’s the “development activity” map at:

http://gis.wilmingtonnc.gov/

Park Select is a company property owners contract with to enforce their parking regulations.

https://www.parkselect.com/start.php?location=1

Here’s the city’s information on those tickets:

http://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/city_manager/economic_development/parking/oops_i_got_a_parking_ticket

Here’s how to appeal a ticket:

http://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/city_manager/economic_development/parking/oops_i_got_a_parking_ticket/ticket_appeals

Bottom line: Unless you win an appeal, you have to pay the ticket.

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Pat Marriott

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One Response to “ Who owns the downtown lots that hit motorists with parking tickets?”

  1. On March 4, 2015 at 9:06 am Reginald Denny wrote:

    Is the City of Wilmington being compensated for lost revenue for the parking spaces that have been lost due to construction of the new BB&T building on Third street at Princess street?



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