Respect designated parking spots
I recently was at a small local business where the building owner had assigned the business some designated parking spaces for their clients. While I was at this business it was brought to the business owners attention that someone had parked in one of their designated spaces but they did not enter the business. They went to a business that was very near, within 20 feet of where they had parked.
I am unaware of the legal rights of these parking spaces but I just want to vent as to why someone would ignore the sign that was placed in front of this parking space and park there when they were not actually entitled to. The person in question was very agitated and rude when approached as to why they were parking in that parking spot.
I suppose this person also probably parks in other designated parking spots, e.g. handicapped spaces, pregnant mom spaces, taxi spaces, etc. You know who you are! You might want to rethink the next time you park where you shouldn’t. It might make you sleep a little more sound at night knowing you have been more considerate of others. Carol Campbell Kingston