Can you imagine: EMPTY STREETS with business after business closed, and we have picture after picture of people getting tickets for overstaying their parking at the meters.
Really? Is this needed? Life is hard enough. People are out of work and most businesses are shut down and NOW is the time to ticket people?? What is Mayor Marty Walsh thinking?
100s of EMPTY SPACES EVERYWHERE
There are 100s and 100s of empty spaces throughout downtown Boston. There is NO reasonable reason to punish anyone with a ticket.
Tickets are used to make sure there are empty spaces, that folks don’t park all day and take up critical spaces for shoppers, but with almost all the shops closed, what are the Boston Meter Maids doing? Raising money for Marty Walsh. That’s about it.
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Wasn’t it Marty who just a fee weeks ago called folks who were avoiding Chinatown for fear of getting the virus racist? Now he is fighting the virus by zip tying basketball nets: http://campconstitution.net/zip-tying-basketball-nets-in-boston-to-save-us-from-the-coronavirus/
And you can see it too:
“It’s safe to come to Chinatown,” Walsh said. “We want to make sure we continue to support our businesses here in Chinatown. This is their bread and butter and if they are losing business, they will have to shut doors.”
Marty was deeply disturbed by a couple of people playing tennis in a park. Meanwhile subway cars apparently have reached social distancing perfection.
Marty tells us how terrible Massachusetts is getting hit with covid19 but he’s making sure that meter maids are out ticketing cars on empty streets. TAX PAYERS!!! Remember this at reelection!!!