Tag: Parking

Welcome to Seattle


Seattle’s Mayor, Jenny Durkan, held a town-hall meeting in Lake City, in North Seattle. Here is a bit of what happened (from the KOMO web site):

“The city government works for the people, and more and more these days there’s more disconnect between people and their government,” Mayor Durkan said. “I think it’s really important to get into communities and listen to what’s working, what’s not working, how we can get better.”

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An article on parking tickets by Stephen L. Carter at Bloomberg punched my buttons today, particularly the brazen condescension in its final paragraph.  Mr. Carter begins with a personal anecdote, one truly shared by many in his and this audience — (slow) paying a parking ticket.  He adds scattered statistics on the public’s propensity for […]

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Ask Amelia: Does the Golden Rule Even Apply for Jerks?


AskAmelia3It’s Friday, which means it’s time for Amelia Hamilton to answer your questions on relationships, etiquette — even parking.

I know I’m supposed to treat people how I want to be treated, but is there some kind of statute of limitations on that? At what point can I treat them they way they treat me?
— Fed Up in California

Dear Fed Up,