Our SFMTA is Turning Neighborhood Parking Blocks into Parking Meter Zones – Here, In Civic Center – Why Don’t They Try This in Pacific Heights?

Or should I say “Specific Whites?”

Anywho, this is McAllister betwixt Gough and Franklin, betwixt Civic Center and the PJs – it used to be a two-hour parking zone used by SFUSD employees and residents with Residential Parking Permits, and, of course, clever Mercedes Benz-driving Senior Deputies.

Now, it’s parking meters all the way: 

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What’s the reason why the SFMTA won’t ever dare to put parking meters in Pacific Heights, since parking meters are so00000 great?

 

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One Response to “Our SFMTA is Turning Neighborhood Parking Blocks into Parking Meter Zones – Here, In Civic Center – Why Don’t They Try This in Pacific Heights?”

  1. Einstein says:

    Daily life and services are tiered in San Francisco. There’s life and the premium services that residents of Specific Whites receive, then there’s the alternate universe of life in the gullies.

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