Why it's time to get tough on menace
IN REFERENCE to the heading "Fine those dozy parkers" in The Herald on Monday, I agree 100 per cent.
It's about time the council did something about this.
I have also rung the police, called the council and sent letters to the local MP and nothing has been done.
I live between two schools and twice a day I feel like a prisoner in my own home.
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Only last week I walked a child to school and was told to walk on the road with the child as their car was on the pavement right up to a hedge.
When I refused, I got a load of verbal abuse and was insulted.
Later that day a car reversed, not seeing myself and my niece and I banged on the car to stop, as an inch further he would have run my niece over.
The reason we were on the road was we could not get on the path as several cars were parked there.
We have had an incident when a neighbour was walking on the path and a parent opened her car door whilst parked on the pavement and hit my neighbour in the stomach.
There is going to be a death of a child soon, God forbid it, but maybe someone will eventually listen and take responsibility.
Come and fine the illegal parkers please!
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