I am a handicapped driver. I have heart problems, knee problems and sometimes breathing problems. I have a handicapped plate on my car.
One day recently, I went to the Wal-Mart Supercenter next to the Northwest Arkansas Mall in Fayetteville. I went at lunchtime, so the lot was full and I had to park way out in the distance. Walking in, I passed the handicapped parking slots. Only half the cars had handicapped plates or the mirror card. When I complained to the greeter in the store, he told me the only thing that could be done was for me to call 911. The store employees apparently were instructed to do nothing about the problem.
Since Wal-Mart is required to provide these spaces and they are there for a specific set of customers, it seems to me that this is an issue that needs to be addressed. PAUL WRIGHT Bethel Heights