From the Daily News:
Parking enforcement agents are parking their own cars at meters all day long in Westchester Square without paying.
Instead, they put a folded field inspection form on the dashboard to identify their vehicles to their fellow agents, who ignore the expired parking meters.
"It's a theft of city services," said a frustrated John Bonizio, president of the Association of the Merchants & Business Professionals of Westchester Square. "They believe they're above the law and do not have to comply with the requirements of every other privately owned vehicle in the city of New York."
He and other merchants have complained for years about loss of business because of overzealous parking enforcement agents - and more lately, government agencies hogging the meters.
On a recent day, Bronx Boro News found eight private vehicles parked at expired meters on St. Raymond's Ave. in Westchester Square with the folded field inspection forms on the dashboard.