Monthly Archives: August 2013

Garage Full, Pass Holders Only!

Portsmouth, NH has a problem. They have a lot of restaurants and not enough parking. The merchants say that people are cancelling reservations because they can’t find a parking space. Read about it here. First of all, the picture with … Continue reading

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Some parking minimums make sense

Employees at a hospital in Saskatchewan are getting regular tickets for parking on the street during their shifts. There are 3,000 employees and only 700 employee parking spots. Depending on how many staff members are clocked in at once, 700 … Continue reading

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What Happened to Paul Manning?

For those following the exploits of Paul Manning and the “Death by Parking” series, don’t fret, Paul, Shirley and the rest of the gang will be back in September. Magazines in print have a finite size and when we have … Continue reading

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Great Lineup of Articles in PT August

When I begin to put together an issue of PT, I typically worry about the quality of the articles we have in the pipeline.  The number of articles relates directly to the”editorial hole”, that is what’s left over after we … Continue reading

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New Jersey law makes handicapped parking fraud more difficult

A new law in New Jersey requires handicapped parking placard holders to provide a note from their doctor when they renew their permits. Not only do placard holders need a note for renewals, they will now have to carry a … Continue reading

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