D.C. Parking Enforcement Sets an Example

Parking is at a premium in D.C.’s busy Georgetown shopping district, so the local Chevy Chase Bank posts clear and reasonable restrictions on the parking available for its customers. Oh…the car parked behind the sign? That’s an official vehicle from the Parking Enforcement division of the District of Columbia’s Department of Public Works. It’s parked there. And the bank was closed at the time this picture was taken, so…it seems unlikely that the parking enforcement officer was “banking at Chevy Chase Bank.” It seems more likely that the parking enforcement officer was violating Chevy Chase’s parking policy by using this private lot rather than seeking out oh-so-hard-to-find legal street parking in Georgetown. Precious, isn’t it?

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