Well, the Transportation Security Administration
actually got back to me on my query about
searches of valet-parked cars at the Rochester, New York,
airport. As is often the case with government agencies, though,
he official statement is essentially innocuous: "Each airport
authority, along with their state and local law enforcement
partners, is responsible for securing airport property, including
he outer perimeter.
One year ago today TSA orders airport valets to search parked cars: My prediction: the TSA will erect a sign at the valet drop-off saying, "By valet parking, you agree that we can search your car." And that will be the end of it. Re...
A woman who valet-parked her car at Rochester airport returned to find a notice informing her that the valet had searched her car, on orders from the TSA.
A New York woman who used a valet service recently to park her car at Greater Rochester International Airport discovered upon her return, through a notice left on her car, that it had been searched under TSA regulations without her ...
Reports of airport car searches have prompted a response from the TSA. Laurie Iacuzza used valet parking at the Greater Rochester International Airport. When she returned from her trip, she found a note in her car alerting her that ...