March 11, 2010 Issue
The other situation that endangers pedestrians is at the downtown crosswalks. Both were blocked by vehicles parked, completely blocking pedestrian access. One of the vehicles, a white SUV with a sign on it, was there for more than three hours.
Resident supports LPD
Iíve been silent for some time, but the announcement by Chief Miller that LPD is going after illegal parkers got my attention. I have been an outspoken zealot about illegal parkers in handicapped zones, so I applaud the chiefís action.
Already I have seen an increase in LPD patrols in the Ingles parking lot. I was disappointed Sunday morning when a pickup parked in the crosswalk and fire lane and was allowed to drive off when a LPD car pulled up behind him. I feel a warning should have been issued.
Iím sure these situations will be addressed by Chief Miller. I have all the confidence in the LPD to back up this overdue problem.
I speak for a lot of law abiding citizens in supporting these actions when I say, ďThank you, LPD.Ē
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