Stop the New, Overly Restrictive Parking policy

Montgomery County's Housing Opportunities Commission has proposed a new overly restrictive parking policy at Paddington Square Apartments. This new policy will start being enforced in less than a week if we, the residents, do not act quickly. 


The new policy will limit each household to ONLY ONE PARKING PERMIT for each apartment, causing most households to try to find parking in neighboring streets, which is extremely limited. Residents that come home late will likely have to park far from the apartment along streets that are not well lit.  This is a major safety concern.  Also, this policy will require residents to have a driver's license and auto registration with the property address. This places a burden on working families that now have to find the time and money to do all the steps necessary to change their license and registration. 

By signing this petition, we are telling HOC and Paddington Square management that these new parking policies will negatively affect the quality of life in our community and our desire to live here. We want to keep the first-come, first-serve parking policy currently in place for all current parking permit holders.

Sponsor

Renita C. Paddington Square resident

Links

https://www.facebook.com/PaddingtonSquareApts?ref=ts&fref=ts

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Housing-Opportunities-Commission/115512858468766?ref=ts&fref=ts

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    AUNG LWIN, United States

    2 years ago Comments: the management does not give us enough notification their changes. they didn't enforce last parking policy before introducing new one. I lives in this community for almost four years and when they enforced parking policy, we didn't have any problem for parking.
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    Daniel, United States

    2 years ago Comments: Most of time I came from work late at night and don't feel safe to park my car outside. I am suggesting that each apartment should get one reserved and one no reserved permit. Which makes it two per apartment? I think that way everyone will get at least one space. Hope it will workout something!
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    Julio A.Ramirez, United States

    2 years ago Comments: We need to live in peace and not worried for the security when we come back from our jobs
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