The passing of Labor Day also means that the people who were re-selling Oval Beach stickers are out of work.
|An Oval Beach pass on my car on July 13.|
The stickers are marked "non transferable" and "non refundable," but that didn't stop many folks from selling them to unsuspecting visitors. The ticket booth operator has no way of knowing if the sticker is unique to a vehicle.
"It's happening more frequently," Harrier told the council in July.
"It's probably been going on for a long time," added Councilman Bill Hess.
And you know how the city found out about the switching?
Someone tried to sell one back to an off-duty beach patrol member!