City Sticker Renewal 26 Years Too Late
Can you believe it?
It took 26 years for a gentleman’s city sticker renewal to come via U.S. mail to the Chicago City Clerk’s office.
The Clerk’s office received this letter and payment Friday, and then posted photos of it to the Clerk’s office Facebook page.
“And THIS is why we advise that you order online as opposed to mailing in your city sticker renewal,” City Clerk Susana Mendoza posted on her Facebook page. “We JUST RECEIVED this today, a renewal from 1986. Kudos to the USPS for timely delivery.”
CBS 2 reports the Clerk’s office tried to reach the senior citizen who tried to renew their city sticker but have failed to locate him. They think, after all these years the gentleman may have passed.
Our guess is that after 26 years of $120 tickets for failure to display his city sticker, he was forced to flee the city where the boot vans couldn’t reach him.
Hat tip to CBS 2 for the story.