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North College Hill offers amnesty for unpaid fines

NORTH COLLEGE HILL, OH (FOX19) -

North College Hill has announced an amnesty program for individuals with outstanding charges and unpaid fines.

From March 1 through March 15, the City of North College Hill will be accepting payment of all outstanding traffic tickets and citations at their original pay-out amount.

During this amnesty period, all doubling of fines or other penalties related to the delinquency of the charges will be waived.

Payment must be made in full to take advantage of the amnesty program.

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