Sunday, March 7, 2010

Parks pick-ups' parking problem

Here's a great way to create parking spaces. Start triple parking your vehicles so that they block both a crosswalk and are in a designated no parking zone.

If it's good enough for the Parks Dept, it should be good enough for the rest of us.


Anonymous said...

the Parks employees are just following the teachers. the teachers of Bayside (P.S.159) have turned the playground into a parking lot. as well a the public school at Sanford Ave. (E)/ near Parsons Blvd .

union workers rule.

income for public employees=$109,000/yr. (with benefits)

income for private employees+$71,000.?yr./(with benefits)

unemployment rate 2010=9.7%-20%
" " " = 3.5% for public union employees.

PizzaBagel said...

This brings up another question. Every time I pass by that spot on Eliot Avenue, two blocks or so west of Fresh Pond Road, I see a Parks Dept. pickup truck parked in that spot. ALWAYS! What's up with that? Always on break? And at what park is this guy supposed to be working?

Queens Crapper said...

That's where this is. They have their cars worked on there.