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Over the lst 20 years, the parking rules have gotten exquisitely more complicated and difficult to remember because of all the local variation. Instead of adding more new rules, I'd have fewer. Establish criteria for RPP required time periods and not have all this neighborhood by neighborhood variation. Places of worship don't pay property taxes and their nn-profit status effectively provides them with tax subsidizes. I see no reason to grant them parking privileges on top of this. If it drives a few churches into the suburbs, that's their probably. The racial subtext (code word: Maryland) ignores the plethora of places of worship that draw from the whole region and gave plenty of white members who are just as annoying as anyone else.

by Rich on Dec 5, 2012 9:24 pm • linkreport

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