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Residents deserve some consideration. After all, they live there, they shouldn't have to drive around for hours just to find a place to park near their homes after work.

Churchgoers - guess what? You're not special. Suck it up and obey the same laws everyone else is expected to observe.

Disabled people - handicapped spots should exist and should be inviolate. I routinely call to tattle on work trucks, etc. I see parked in handicapped spots. But I see no reason why your disability should exempt you from paying for parking like anyone else.

by Drew on Dec 5, 2012 4:49 pm • linkreport

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