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Parking Carnival
By George Miller


May 24, 2010

Can you hear the calliope music as the parking carnival gets underway? Do people working downtown set an alarm clock so they know when to trot about looking for a place to park, thus possible avoiding the inevitable ticket? Is it worth ten bucks to not miss a sale during the season, and just roll over and pay?

Perhaps every working person in downtown should protest every ticket given as they are trying to work. Perhaps the slow-down in resulting revenue force change, like no parking tickets for busy workers. Then again, perhaps not.

Just had to say something.

George Miller
Ketchikan, AK

Received May 21, 2010 - Published May 24, 2010



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