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Jeff Bezos paid a small fortune in parking fines as part of the ongoing renovation of his $23 million, Washington, DC mansion. A team of Bezos-employed contractors, who converted his home from a museum into a residence, racked up more $16,840 in parking tickets while working on the property, according to news organization WUSA9.
Bezos reportedly paid $23 million for the property, with plans to spend $12 million to renovate it. The news team obtained records from the DC Department of Public Works and found that the city handed out 564 citations in the 2200 and 2300 blocks of S Street, where Bezos’ property is located. The tickets were accumulated between October 2016, when Bezos bought the home, and October 2019, when work slowed down….tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts