No You Didn't! City Proposes To Add Street Sweeping Zones to Ticket More People
Here's one simple step on how to lose a city's morale and trust of city government, via Kerry Cavanaugh at the Daily News:
The council discussed adding scheduled street sweeping to 8,600 miles of city streets. By installing signs that indicate "no parking" during scheduled street-sweeping times, the city could establish regular, more effective sweeping - and, potentially, earn $20 million by ticketing cars parked during sweeping times. "We have a lot of opportunity in the street-cleaning arena to provide a lot of service and provide some additional revenue as well," said Bureau of Street Services General Manager Bill Robertson.