2 comments on “Wipers On – Headlights On

  1. Why were the Eulalie 2nd block “No Parking” signs taken down? I went down that street. I had no horizon visibility. I was on the WRONG side of the street to avoid hitting the ever sale-able minivans—now if a person came from the other direction , and hit my car–I would be in the wrong. I was driving on the wrong side of the road—-. I had what I thought was a scam from an unmarried couple on that block of Eulalie. I did not even know I had damaged their driver’s side view mirror—I have been on that street a million times. THIS WAS A FIRST. I thought the knock I heard was the passenger side swivel mirror on my car–and was grateful that it was not more. I had no idea there was damage. And for that matter, how far from the curb was their vehicle parked that my mirror would hit their mirror? I am very frustrated at the liabilities built into the second block of Eulalie. You can’t see over the horizon. if their ridiculous need for car space is so great why did they move to Eulalie? I am genuinely annoyed at the street safety deadlock of signage “Drive like your kids live here” and the opposite–of no visual, no anticipation, not signage saying NO VISIBLILITY–and people’s obsession to have a bigger vehicle “just because….” love, maureen

  2. Please forward to Alderman Cindy Manestar. love, maureen

    On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 5:19 PM, Maureen Wheat wrote:

    > Why were the Eulalie 2nd block “No Parking” signs taken down? I went down > that street. I had no horizon visibility. I was on the WRONG side of the > street to avoid hitting the ever sale-able minivans—now if a person came > from the other direction , and hit my car–I would be in the wrong. I was > driving on the wrong side of the road—-. I had what I thought was a scam > from an unmarried couple on that block of Eulalie. I did not even know I > had damaged their driver’s side view mirror—I have been on that street a > million times. THIS WAS A FIRST. I thought the knock I heard was the > passenger side swivel mirror on my car–and was grateful that it was not > more. I had no idea there was damage. And for that matter, how far from > the curb was their vehicle parked that my mirror would hit their mirror? I > am very frustrated at the liabilities built into the second block of > Eulalie. You can’t see over the horizon. if their ridiculous need for car > space is so great why did they move to Eulalie? I am genuinely annoyed at > the street safety deadlock of signage “Drive like your kids live here” and > the opposite–of no visual, no anticipation, not signage saying NO > VISIBLILITY–and people’s obsession to have a bigger vehicle “just > because….” love, maureen > > On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 2:55 PM, The Chief’s Desk <

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