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(KSL News) -- The Salt Lake City Council passed a new ordinance requiring parking lot owners to post better signs alerting warning drivers against parking illegally.
The council passed the new ordinance yesterday. They also capped the booting fee at $80, making it illegal for booting companies to charge more.
Mayor Rocky Anderson proposed the change, saying he believes booting companies wait downtown for people to park illegally and then pounce.
The mayor thinks this discourages people from coming back to downtown.