Mac Hamilton caught providing false information to Rochester City Council

For those of you wondering why I got yelled at by Randy Staver at a previous meeting, it was because he likely received false information like this from Mac Hamilton.  This transpired after the Richard Apartments illegally towed a vehicle from a public parking spot.  Moody’s Towing then refused to release the vehicle and went so far as to threaten the victim even after their illegal tow was explained to them.

I expect that Randy and the rest of the council will stand up for this victim and revoke Mac Hamilton’s special favors.

Steve,

Please forward this to the entire council.

Thank you to Dale for providing me the videos that proved unquestionably that Mac was told several times that he had no authority to remove vehicles. And after being told several times he acknowledged that he could do no enforcement.

Here is what Mac wrote on 11/3:

“It has come to my attention that my close personal friend Michael Wojick intends to ask the City Council this evening to revoke the parking license granted the Richard/Raymond apartments in 2010. It was our sincere understanding, until informed by Terry Adkins this morning, that we had the exclusive right to the parking spaces we carved from the overwide boulevard and paid to create in 2010. We now understand we do not have the right to tow, but only to notify a car parked without our authorization in those spaces.”

And now here is the actual truth:

No citizen obeying the law deserves to have their vehicle towed. It is quite clear that the private signage the council previously authorized needs to be removed.

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