Rules on work vans/trucks
Posted in the Casselberry Forum
#1 Jun 6, 2009
We moved to Casselberry from out of state last summer. One of the reasons we moved here was because it was a nice, quiet community where we could have a work van. However, the city is now trying to squeeze us into a terrible situation, along with many others, by not allowing us to park our work vehicles where we live. My son would have to drive an hour to his shop just to pick up his company van! He has already had to spend over $100 on stupid magnets to cover the company name. If we cannot park vehicles in our drive or the street, then the city should provide a safe lot to park these vehicles. not all of us are retired, we need to WORK to pay our mortgage! Lighten up! One day we were trimming our backyard, and stacking the trash bags on the side of the house for yard waste day when we were delivered a warning to remove the waste! At least wait until all trash days are over to deliver a notice! How silly. I think snoopy neighbors have nothing else to do! Please come to Monday meeting to support the working class!!!!
#2 Jun 6, 2009
One additional comment...maybe worry less about our work vans, and more about the neighbors that sit out on their back porch at night, yelling, arguing and using foul language non stop. Maybe that is more of a concern than a work van!!!!
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