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Fort Jones, CA
Ok Guys and Gals
Some of us have disabilities that cannot be seen. We can walk just fine at times, other times we have great difficulty. I have COPD, Osteoarthritis, Degenerative Disc Disease, Enlarged Heart and Fibromyalgia. Some days I can do just about anything I need to. That means walk just fine. Other days my COPD makes me dizzy, short of breath and hard to walk. My knees are (...) View more
My neighbors had their elderly, frail mother living with them and thus got a handicap placard. Because parking is tight on the street, they also got the the city install a blue handicap parking place directly in front of their house. While I have a driveway, about 80% of the homes on my street do not, which makes parking scarce.
The mother died at least 2 years ago, if not more.
This (...) View more
I'm fairly new to this website. I was looking for a place to post info and pix of ppl violating HC parking spots (ive made 3 posts in the past 2 weeks). i don't post about ppl using the plaquards/plates that may or may not be handicapped because I may not be able to visually tell. granted, 95% of the reports are probably valid, there are a few that concern me. I've only read (...) View more
Hey! I am soooo mad, that I need to tell some1. An ex-coworker, Cathy Abell, took a handicapped placard form our 88 year old client. Both her an I worked as "home companions" for this wonderful person. I saw Cathy coming home from what I can only assume was her new employment as LPN, for Lincare, Louisville, KY with placard hanging from front mirror, of her car. When she saw me, Cathy (...) View more
I have one of those pesky invisible disabilities, and have a legitimate handicapped placard. I do not misuse the placard, to the point of suffering needlessly sometimes. That said, I am getting kind of tired of the nasty looks, rude comments, and occasional nasty notes from people who don't have the courtesy or guts to ask me if the placard is legitimate, and why I require it, if they MUST (...) View more
I live in an apartment complex in N.C. and even though there are empty spaces available for the minority? people, they constantly park in the handciapped and then proceed to wash and wax their cars in those spaces. I have repeatedly talked to tthe management but they are helpless to do anything it seems even though sherriffs and policemen live here. What's the point in putting up (...)
I have a person I supervise at work who had a mild heart attack over a year ago. He works out, even runs under advise from his doc. This same doc gave the guy a handicap sign to hang from his mirror in the car. We are a small facility with only two handicap spaces, and it seems so wrong that this guy who could probably walk a mile if he wanted to parks there. As his supervisor can I requrie (...) View more
Colorado Springs, CO
On page 3 of the current abuse board there is an entry dated 2/10/10 from a person who is apologizing for not displaying their placard. This is somebody I placed a HCF post-it on their windshield the same day.
I had a temp placard in Oakland about 5 years ago when I messed up my knee and was on crutches for 4 months. I parked near my office in a non-metered space and hobbled into work. I did this because I was on hald time at work and could not afford the underground parking in our building, but I did not feel it was right to take a meter. I work for a public university and our offices are (...) View more
Colorado Springs, CO
If you looked at the violation section you would have seen a recent posting about a UPS truck. Well I sent an email to UPS Customer Service directing them to this site and attached the photo of the UPS truck. This is the response I got:
Dear Sniper, (...) View more