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Who's the woman living in the hoarder van at Moore Square and why doesn't someone tell her to not park there?
Perhaps the City of Raleigh could actually provide some commentary this time about what is being done about the issue...
Their response on 2/18/13 for the similar posting promised an update, but none has been provided.
According to the City of Raleigh website, you are not allowed to "feed the meter" to stay in the same parking spot for extended time. This is from the website:
May I re-feed the parking meter or pay station?
No. Meters are intended for short-term parking up to the maximum time posted. If there is any chance that your visit could exceed the maximum time allowed you should park in a deck or a parking lot which provides for unlimited time.
Can this be leverage to get this vehicle out of Moore Square?
This issue has been in the News and Observer before. The woman is homeless and disabled. She pays the meter and has a vendors permit. Reportedly, she's an asset to police. While considered a nuisance by some, she's a citizen, she's within the law, and she's not causing any trouble.
North Carolina Law: "Any vehicle that is driven by or is transporting a person who is handicapped and that displays a distinguishing license plate, a removable windshield placard, or a temporary removable windshield placard may be parked for unlimited periods in parking zones restricted as to the length of time parking is permitted."
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