Civility needed when in public


October 9, 2019


A couple of weeks ago a bunch of people and their gear were in the street, in the space between two parking spots along the curb across from the library. They wouldn’t move so people could back in and park there.

Why should they have the right to be in the street, which is primarily meant for cars? What happened to my right to be able to park there?

Another time I parked in the parking lot, facing the library. Another group (or same ones?) planted themselves in the back-out area, so I couldn’t back out without hitting them. Did they move? No! I finally managed to wiggle out of...

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