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  Today Normal Record 5/5/2015
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FOX 13 Tampa Headlines

'Food for Fines': Tampa considers canned goods as parking ticket payment

Paying off your parking ticket…with green beans?

It may be a possibility in Tampa, as City Council members plan to discuss a program that would turn Bay area parking blunders into a way to feed families in need.

It's called "Food for Fines" and, if passed, would allow offenders to receive a dollar credit towards a parking ticket fine for every canned food item they donate.

It would run for two months starting in November.

Tallahassee launched a similar program and it brought in about 300 pounds of food, enough for hundreds of meals. Lexington, Kentucky also did it a couple of years ago and they collected about 6,200 cans.

Nothing is set in stone in Tampa, but the idea would be to collect 14 - 15 ounce cans of non-perishable fruits, vegetables, proteins or peanut butter for the hungry.

In Tampa, the average parking tickets fall around $25 or $30, which could result in about 25 or 30 cans per person who elects to pay up with non-perishables.

The council has not yet discussed which charity the canned goods would go to, or how they would collect them.

The project is on the agenda for Thursday morning's City Council meeting, which starts at 9 a.m.

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