Amazed by letter writer’s indignation
I READ with interest the letter in the Tele from Nosey parker.
We live close to the city centre and park our car in an unrestricted street nearby because we have no alternative.
I am amazed at the self righteous indignation in Nosey parker’s letter.
This attitude is one which seems to be prevalent in the minds of those drivers who work in the city centre and believe that, because they are not breaking the law, it is OK to park their vehicle for their whole working day in our locality, only returning at their convenience.
The outcome is that local residents have difficulty finding a parking space on their return if they have to use their car for necessary journeys.
In our case, we are both elderly and somewhat infirm.
What matters to Nosey parker is the saving of parking costs, not the inconvenience that is caused to residents like us!
Presumably Nosey parker also baulks at the cost of using public transport — suppressed fury indeed.
P.H.R. Victoria Road.