This dirt parking lot is frequently pocketed with enough water to prevent at least 1/3 of the spaces from being utilized by vehicles, thus reducing meter income. Periodic attempts at regrading with additional dirt have proven fruitless (see photo taken today). The lack of sufficient dirt to properly grade water runoff to the relatively new sewer drains makes those drains ineffective. A properly graded and paved lot would ensure runoff goes in the drains and maximize the city's metered income. It would also provide more of a 20th century image to this lot.