Lizzy, You're kidding, right? You want to talk reasonable? How about selling .50 cent crap dogs for $3. As far as intelligent, informed and logical on this situation, it's common sense. You dial 645-3111 (mayor's action hot line), your call is taken and it is then transferred to meter repair. I think what's so funny, is the fact that you said, in a previous posting, that you go to these parking meter meetings all the time, and you still know nothing. I'm just waiting for you to break out your guitar and start singing, "I am woman hear me roar..."
lizless wrote >>
Static-X wrote >>
FYI Walker, If you're saying that the Parking Violations Bureau is responsible for broken/downed meters, you are absolutely incorrect. There is a division in the city of Columbus called Meter Repair that is located off of 17th ave. They are responsible for broken/downed meters. Next time, before you place blame on the P.V.B. again, do your homework. Your out of your league when it comes to this.
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Snarf wrote >>
Way to go, City of Columbus!
The whole "City" isn't responsible for parking meters. It's the Department of Public Service - Parking Violations Bureau:
You must work for the department. I swear you sound just as reasonable, intelligent, informed and logical as everyone I've ever spoken to there. You are in denial about the same issues even...Director Kelsey, is this you? I'm delighted the department has decided to speak up on this issue... at last! Thanks so much!