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    DSS Comm. Cole Stallard speaks a Committee on Public Safety hearing Tuesday. [Livestream]

    Despite steps taken by the city a few years ago to crack down on so-called “rogue towers,” consumers continue to be preyed upon by unlicensed tow truck companies or those that charge sky-high rates, alderpeople heard during a hearing at the Committee on Public Safety on Tuesday.

    While the hearing was light on specific legislative steps the City Council would take next, Ald. Brian Hopkins (2), who chairs the public safety committee, said the information presented served as a wake-up call about the seriousness of the problem.

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