Amnesty Program Begins in Mission
MISSION – The city of Mission began their amnesty program Friday.
Those who have outstanding traffic tickets in Mission have a chance to save money and avoid being arrested.
“If they are able to financially pay off their balances in full, they’re going to save quite of bit of money,” explains Mission Municipal Judge Jonathan Wehrmeister,
He says the city is owed thousands of dollars.
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