Long Beach parking enforcement leases...

Long Beach parking enforcement leases three all-electric Nissan Leaf cars

There are 5 comments on the Press-Telegram story from Nov 23, 2012, titled Long Beach parking enforcement leases three all-electric Nissan Leaf cars. In it, Press-Telegram reports that:

Long Beach officials hope a new pilot program using all-electric Nissan Leaf vehicles for parking enforcement will lead to a better future for the city's fuel budget and environment.

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Leaf Blower

United States

#1 Nov 24, 2012
Let's be honest, those Leafs are ugly-a** cars. Am I right?
guest

Long Beach, CA

#2 Nov 24, 2012
No.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#3 Nov 24, 2012
This is great news for the hard working minority of Long Beachers who pay taxes. With all the taxpayer money the city is saving on "fuel efficient" vehicles, the millions the city is saving cleaning up cigarette butts on the beach and in city parks, as well as the money saved cleaning up convenient plastic grocery and goods bags, it is certain tax relief cannot be far behind.

Revolutionary Council hasn't announced it yet, but millions of fish are not dying as a result of dining on plastic bags. Fishermen spend money.$Millions of tourist dollars are projected - according to the latest taxpayer funded "study" - to benefit local business and local tax receipts as the inner harbor proliferates with our fishy friends.

Where better for fishermen to set out for to spend their weekends and their vacations than Long Beach? Why not use some of the "savings" of hard earned taxpayer money to "help" the children as well?

Ronald
Fenton

Danbury, CT

#4 Nov 24, 2012
Ronald wrote:
This is great news for the hard working minority of Long Beachers who pay taxes. With all the taxpayer money the city is saving on "fuel efficient" vehicles, the millions the city is saving cleaning up cigarette butts on the beach and in city parks, as well as the money saved cleaning up convenient plastic grocery and goods bags, it is certain tax relief cannot be far behind.
Revolutionary Council hasn't announced it yet, but millions of fish are not dying as a result of dining on plastic bags. Fishermen spend money.$Millions of tourist dollars are projected - according to the latest taxpayer funded "study" - to benefit local business and local tax receipts as the inner harbor proliferates with our fishy friends.
Where better for fishermen to set out for to spend their weekends and their vacations than Long Beach? Why not use some of the "savings" of hard earned taxpayer money to "help" the children as well?
A nigger named Ronald
Nice comments.
non-American

Tauranga, New Zealand

#5 Dec 14, 2012
Leaf Blower wrote:
Let's be honest, those Leafs are ugly-a** cars. Am I right?
To an American - but then most American cars are at best uninspiring, if not ugly to the rest of the world.

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