BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)–Mayor Brown was joined by other local leaders Monday afternoon to discuss the next phase of Buffalo’s reform agenda.
Brown introduced amnesty programs aiming to help low-income residents.
The first one waives late fees for parking tickets more than a year old, and the second waives late fees/interest on delinquent water bill payments.
Another amnesty program Mayor Brown announced is the Buffalo Motorist Assistance Program. This will allow low-income residents to pay lower fines for certain violations.
These will begin on Wednesday and will run through the end of this calendar year.