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I'd be happy if we could just get some enforcement of the most egregious violations commited by churchgoers, to wit, blocking fire hydrants and double-parking. When I was growing up on the Hill, the church in the 1100 block of South Carolina would double park on both sides of the street, leaving one fairly narrow lane to get through. I doubt a fire engine or an ambulance could have gotten through. It's that kind of behavior that's truly unforgivable and that the city needs to crack down on, to the point of towing or perhaps Vilnius-style car crushings.

by Distantantennas on Dec 5, 2012 4:05 pm • linkreport

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