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The system deals awkwardly or not at all with visitors like babysitters, houseguests, churchgoers, and others who have legitimate reasons to park in residential neighborhoods.

I generally agreed with the posting, but this sentence clanged.

It's not that some visitors have a "legitimate" reason to come to residential neighborhoods, it's that they come at the behest of, and to perform services for, the residents. I don't see how churchgoers fit into this group.

by contrarian on Dec 11, 2012 12:28 am • linkreport

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