Monthly Archives: January 2014

Don’t let it snow anymore

Winter weather is the theme of many a news article lately. In New York City, residents are up in arms about parking tickets issued for cars actually stuck in place by ice. A water leak created a 3 to 4 … Continue reading

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Winter Wonderland a Parking Nightmare

“Dibs” is something my brothers and I used to yell if we wanted our chair back when we returned from the bathroom. “Dibs” was what we said when there was one cookie left in the jar. “Dibs” was for the … Continue reading

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A Handicapped Solution in Chicago

There are over 300,000 disabled permits (blue placards) issued in the Chicago Area. The new rules say that disabled must pay for on street parking, except those that are physically unable to work the parking meters.  Fair enough. But how … Continue reading

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Good Grief — They Couldn’t figure this out?

Seems the city of Scranton, PA, has had a problem. They had a requirement that the parking rules be enforced for 10 hours a day, from 8 to 6. Fair enough. However the local enforcement staff only works 8 hours … Continue reading

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