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Both extremes are wrong. These people can't be expected to simply take mass transit, but they also can't block the roads. In a couple of cases, the issues presented by double parking go far beyond inconvenience are raise safety concerns (i.e. on 14th st). Wherever possible, the church should be responsible for securing parking in a garage or surface lot. My church in the heart of downtown provides valet service at the door and parks the cars in a nearby garage.

Also, I'm surprised--but not surprised--at the less than subtle acrimony many of you have for the churchgoing folks. Lay off. You are only proving the detractors of this blog right by thumbing your nose at the problems of people whose priorities aren't your priorities. Get over it and find an answer.

by MJ on Dec 5, 2012 2:45 pm • linkreport

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