Imagine my surprise, later that day, when I returned and found a ticket. I checked the meter, still 2 hours left on it, I checked the no parking arrows, which where to either side of the two spots and walked out unto the roadway and saw the handicap signs.
Important to note that the handicap sign itself was barely visible as all the paint/colour had worn off. You could see a faint imprint of where the red P and line through it was and the blue handicap portion was completely faded out as well. The second lower sign, stating by permit only during certain hours was still visible.
I'm conscientious and was paying close attention to all the other disabled signs, clearly visible and facing me as I drove down the streets as well as the no parking due to bus zones, etc. I just find it frustrating that this one sign was not visible to approaching traffic and easily missed as we jumped out of the cars (it was cold, running and windy yesterday) and put our money into the meter.
Any suggestions? Any help would be appreciated. As well, what would be an acceptable amount if the city were to compromise and lower the amount of the ticket?
Myself and others I imagine would like to hear what happened, if you don't mind sharing.Goldenkey wrote:Please disregard above post as issue has been resolved. Thanks