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@CrazyHorse - You seem to be ignoring that in general many residents cars are already parked on Sunday morning. I think it's pretty unreasonable to expect their cars to suddenly vanish on Sunday mornings for a couple of hours.

The governing bodies of responsible churches arrange for adequate parking, which is not limited to building it. I say this as someone who has done this. There are a number of churches that have essentially refused any and all options that do not all them to park wherever they want.

I will also say that if churches can't attract any members in the area and can't manage their parking, then they should consider moving to where they can meet the needs of their members. I see no reason for the District to prop them up.

by Kate W. on Dec 5, 2012 3:14 pm • linkreport

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