New City condo residents: Management booted cars during snowstorm

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Residents of the New City Condominiums say they are outraged after their cars were booted by management during last week's snowstorm.

About a dozen cars were booted by building management over the course of last week's winter storm.

Before residents could dig their vehicles out so the plows could come through, management allegedly sent a tow company to boot vehicles parked in legal apartment spots.

"If I would have known it was going to be booted or this was going to happen, I would have taken precautions for that, but we weren't notified by an email or anything like that," says resident Keith Grossman.

Now residents say they are either stuck in the ice or stuck with fines. Others say they have damage to their cars.

A resident named Vlad says he didn't see the boot and backed up, causing damage to his car.

"It's so expensive, what do they think, it's millionaires that all live here?" he says.

News 12 reached out to First Service Residential, which manages the property, but did not receive a response.

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