Thursday, January 14, 2010

Woodhaven Residents Battle Over Parking Spaces -

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A number of Woodhaven residents are growing tired of out-of-state cars hogging parking spots for weeks at a time - so they've decided to take matters into their own hands.

The Woodhaven Residents' Block Association has created a program aimed at reporting out-of-state vehicles that have remained parked on the community's streets for extended periods of time.

People living in the community are urged to contact the WRBA if a car with license plate outside from New York has been parked on their street for more than a month. The group will then contact the appropriate agency from the other state to inform them of the vehicle's whereabouts and launch a probe into whether the vehicle is appropriately registered.

For more information: Project Woodhaven