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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.

Access to parking close to your destination is an issue for every single person in the city who has a car. The acrimony isn't over the problem, it's over the self-help solutions that when disregard parking regulatiosn that everyone else seems capable of understanding and abiding by. Though really, the parishioners aren't (fully) to blame here. It's the city's complicity that really burns people (OK, me) up.

by dcd on Dec 5, 2012 4:52 pm • linkreport

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