Crow's illegally-parked billboard not towed for three days

Crow's illegally-parked billboard not towed for three daysControversial mayoral candidate Steve Crow left a truck laden with a campaign billboard on Queen St without putting money in the parking meter for at least two days.
But the tow trucks were called only after the Auckland City Council…
[Auckland News]

Mayoral candidates seem to think breaking by-laws and electoral laws is just fine by them. Hubbard has been officially warned, why he isn't being prosecuted is beyond me, perhaps it is because the police are inept. Crow has brokenn two by-laws, first parking across three spaces and not putting anything in the meter for two days, secondly the stupid billboard by-laws. Actually good on him for breaching the stupid billboard by-laws. 

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