ADA violations & dan
esther at pagesz.net
Tue Feb 22 06:42:01 PST 2000
In my experience, waiting and talking to the offending driver provides
me a new experience of rationalization of selfish behavior, or a
statement that the driver just did not think that clearly visible sign
applied to the space he or she parked in.
For a building that's 4 stories or higher, the package delivery or
mail truck can certainly be there for 40 minutes or longer, making
deliveries and pickups to many offices in the building.
I do think that sometimes the problem is best addressed by the building
management, that they need to clearly designate and mark a parking space
or 2 for delivery trucks that has access to a ramp. And tow people who
park there who are not delivery trucks.
On Mon, 21 Feb 2000, George Boyer wrote:
> From: George Boyer <feenix2 at bellsouth.net>
> You know, there is such a thing as being a bit accommodating....UPS and US
> mail vehicles are usually extremely transient. Must we demand instant
> gratification in parking?? Now I can hear you, someone saying OH BUT they
> stayed half an hour.....! But did you really sit there with a stop watch or
> whatever??? These people bring packages and letters to US also. How about
> waiting and talking to the offending driver? George B>
-- Esther esther at pagesz.net Speaking only for myself.
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