by The Dickinson Press
June 19, 2010 at 5:00 pm in The Dickinson Press
There is nothing that says a person has to park directly in front of a business if they are a customer. Continue Reading
Tags: Depot, Editorials, Opinion, villard 1 Comment »
It does my heart good to see that there are people (those including the editorial staff) having a good sense of humor.
According to the latest numbers of the poll that is offered as of today (Sun.) on the Dickinson Press site
36% said that finding parking wasn’t a problem. ( This must be the group that actually found parking spots)
45% said that it was a problem (This I am almost quite sure are the ones driving around in circles waiting for the 36% to leave their spots)
18% said it was only a problem when there was certain event going on in town. ( Not that I have any facts to base this next theory on but I bet that number comes from people who come to town only when there are special events.)
From the article:On a few occasions it was pretty tight downtown, but by driving a block or maybe a block and a half, there was always at least one spot.
The lot next to the old depot always had at least one space available and if there wasn’t a spot on Villard, right around the corner there was always one or two, or three or four
As long as we have one or two, or three or four spots available, I guess really why would we need any more right? oy but as I said before I do appreciate the humor behind it all.
Now… as far as the planning to fix these problems? I suggest ignoring Kessel on this one and if they don’t want to spring for a professional to come and fix this then might I suggest talking to Jimmy E. (poster on the old board) He made much more sense and together with the business owners and those in the area something might get done.
If there was a thumbs up or down to rate the articles- I would have rated this one a thumbs up. Seriously
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