City Sticker Contract Cancelled

The city cancels the contract after thousands of motorists complain their stickers would not stay on their windshields

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    NBC Chicago

    The City of Chicago decided to cancel it's contract with the company that made the city stickers this year, according to City Clerk Miguel del Valle.

    More than 77,000 city stickers had to be replaced since summer after people complained the stickers would not stick to the windshield --and the clerk's office tells the Chicago Tribune they continue to issue replacements as more complaints come in.

    In order to have the stickers in place, the city had to extend their deadline from July 25 to Aug. 1.

    The city paid SecureMark Decal Corp. $235,845 to supply the stickers, according to the Department of Procurement. This was the first year of the five-year-contract with with SecureMark.