Nearly half a million dollars in tickets in just five years all go back to one officer with the University of Minnesota Police.
A beer delivery truck. A Comcast van. A Tufts University police SUV. A Verizon van. Even the Toyota Avalon of a Cambridge District Court judge who stopped to get a sandwich.
An Americans With Disabilities (ADA) activist has swept into La Jolla, leaving his calling card: threats of lawsuits or an offer to settle out of court.
In late March, 23-year old Tyler Thomas, a person with a disability parked his truck at 608 Rio Grande.
In about two weeks the City of Raleigh will begin installing new pay stations for parking spaces downtown, which could mean changes for disabled parkers.
Heartless Hub motorists who use handicapped parking passes meant for relatives – dead or alive – drew a harsh rebuke from the state’s top advocate for the disabled.
Data from the sheriff’s offices of Collier and Lee counties shows violations for parking in disabled spots typically double during December compared to the summer months.
South Carolina has some new rules come the new year. One effects disabled drivers, but is targeting the people who may abuse the use of disabled parking placards, intended to help the disabled, but used by others.