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In August, PennFuture launched the sign initiative, naming the Allegheny County Health Department an air pollution scofflaw for its failure to post the required signs.
The first one, SB 343, would have lowered the administrative fees the NTTA could charge toll scofflaws from a maximum of $100 to $50.
Earlier this month, PennFuture launched the sign initiative, naming the Allegheny County Health Department an air pollution scofflaw for its failure to post the required signs.
We are delivering this sign to the department today to encourage it to end its status as a scofflaw.
Greuel, who is running for city controller in Tuesday's election, said she hopes the publicity would encourage the scofflaws to negotiate with city officials.
com website, has also played a crucial role in identifying scofflaw employers.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future (PennFuture) today praised the Rendell administration, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and DEP Secretary Kathleen McGinty for levying a historic $13 million fine against Neville Chemical, perhaps the state's most notorious environmental scofflaw.
Such cynics, for all their scofflaw bravado, are mere romantic buffoons.
We applaud the commission for making a critical decision to force the industry to play by the rules, and also for standing up for consumers in the face of unrelenting pressure from AT&T to reward the company's scofflaw behavior.
worth $25 million, in addition, the services covers enforcement, management of parking meter operations and traffic control operations, comprising services to dispatch and customer services, scofflaw enforcement through the use of license plate recognition technology and operations and maintenance of the city s 1,900 parking meters.
1 worst labor scofflaw for the number of Charges and Complaints per employee against the company.