County needs to deal with parking scofflaws

Letters to the editor

August 26, 2011

The county, especially Columbia, needs a parking-enforcement division, which I feel should produce more than $2 million in revenue annually.

Columbia has to be one of the worst when it comes to ignoring basic parking courtesy or even parking laws. Too many park in fire lanes, handicap spaces or the wrong side of the stree. We need these laws to keep some semblance of order in public ares such as the mall and major shopping centers, and even along busy residential streets, but they are never enforced.

Roy Sawamura

Long Reach

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