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Tempe warns residents to pay outstanding fines

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Posted: Monday, December 6, 2010 5:00 am | Updated: 10:14 am, Tue Dec 7, 2010.

Tempe’s Municipal Court is urging more than 34,000 people to pay delinquent balances before the city turns over the unpaid parking and speeding tickets to a collection agency. The fines total $10 million and some date back years. If they are not paid in full by Thursday, a collection agency will take the claims and the debtor’s credit rating could suffer. For more information on paying court-ordered fines, visit www.tempe.gov/court or call (480) 350-8800.

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