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Re: the actual issue of parking passes
One thing that I actually agreed with Lance on back in the day was that its kind of silly for the city for reserving curbside spots exclusively for residents. We disagreed on the solutions but its silly on the part of some residents who were used to parking in one spot to expect that to continue as the neighborhood changes and becomes more populated.

I think restricting entire sides of blocks is perhaps to blunt of a tool.

by drumz on Nov 29, 2012 3:30 pm • linkreport

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