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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Wilmington City Council voted Tuesday night to increase the violation fee for unlicensed taxis and limousines.

Offenders will now be subjected to a $250 fee for a first time offense. Before Monday night’s vote, the fee was $50.

The Wilmington Police Department says the number of people driving unlicensed taxis and limos is growing in the Port City.

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