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Old 11-24-2016, 05:04 PM
 
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I don't understand why the driver of the red car didn't move up a bit? There is room. Is their a hydrant in front?
Nope no hydrant, next spot over is the neighbors driveway
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Old 11-24-2016, 05:06 PM
 
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Is it clear where your curb cut begins? From the pictures it's a little hard to tell other than seeing where the grass ends. Also, are there two or more cars usually parked on the right side of the picture? In other words are they squeezing an extra parking spot in by parking that way or are they just sloppy parkers?
They are either sloppy or inconsiderate. The spot after is the neighbors driveway

The curb cut begins after the grass and you can only fit one car there
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Old 11-24-2016, 05:23 PM
 
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They are either sloppy or inconsiderate. The spot after is the neighbors driveway

The curb cut begins after the grass and you can only fit one car there
Do you get a lot of strangers or commuters parking on your block or is it mainly the residents? If you think it may be someone who lives nearby then maybe you can watch for them and see what house they live in and go talk to them (in a nice way).
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Old 11-24-2016, 06:10 PM
 
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I used to think that the drivers around here are just that inconsiderate, but I've come to realize that is not usually the case and that they are just straight up dumb.

For example, how many times I've been on a narrow avenue with a lane in both directions where a car is double parked already in the lane going the other direction, and the jackass in front of you decides to double park also clogging up everything completely. People are too dumb. It just keeps getting worse.
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Old 11-24-2016, 08:33 PM
 
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Do you get a lot of strangers or commuters parking on your block or is it mainly the residents? If you think it may be someone who lives nearby then maybe you can watch for them and see what house they live in and go talk to them (in a nice way).
I really can't tell as I work usually 830-630

I tried keeping an eye out but one of my kids is a three month old and it's hard to step away

I thought leaving notes would suffice but I can't presume they actually bothered to read it or that they even know how to read....
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