You Think Pittsburgh Has Parking Problems?

Cross-posted from my other blog, a note about Boston battles over chairs in parking spaces recently cleared of snow. At least Bostonians only use chairs to mark spaces that they've earned by shoveling. Pittsburghers use chairs (among other things) to annex parts of the street that happen to lie next to their doors or storefronts. Where's the honor in that?

Still, the surest way for any candidate in the upcoming Pittsburgh mayor's election to torpedo a campaign would be to come out against chairs that mark parking spaces.


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