Sunday, July 28, 2013

From Grist — Who Parked in my Spot?!: Neighbors, Cars, and “Your” Curb Space

1-Parking-mapSoon after advertising executive Necia Dallas moved into a house in Portland, Ore., she found on her door a detailed, hand-drawn map specifying the curb spots where each resident was permitted to park. The map, left by an anonymous neighbor, indicated that Necia was welcome to park in front of her own house but that it was, “Optional! Because of your driveway. ” Jon Stahl of Seattle also got a parking map as a house-warming gift (pictured above). Read more: Who parked in my spot?!: Neighbors, cars, and “your” curb space | Grist

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