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Couple slapped with £1,250 fine for parking on their own driveway

car for decades on a paved section of their property in front of their home has been fined more than $1,500 (£1,250) for doing so.Judy and Ed Craine have parked up on the spot at their San Francisco, California home without issues for 36 years. The pair received a letter stating that they are now banned from parking there.READ MORE: Trainee EasyJet pilot died following mosquito bite on forehead which infected brainEnclosed was also a $1,542 fine and the threat of a $250-a-day fee (£208) for continued parking on their property."To all of a sudden to be told you can't use something that we could use for years, it's startling," Ed Craine said.It is believed that an anonymous tip off led officials to use a decades-old city code to preserve neighbourhood aesthetics, which prohibits residents from amassing cars in their yards, to take action."I recognise that the property owner is frustrated.

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