Winter parking ban takes effect Sunday

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The city’s winter overnight parking ban kicks in this weekend.

The Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation posted flyers this week to let drivers know the winter overnight parking ban begins on Sunday at 3 a.m.

It covers 107 miles of city streets until next April, regardless of snow.

Car owners who violate the ban will have their cars towed and will get a $60 ticket.

Last year on December 1, 301 vehicles were towed for violating the ban.

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