A newly installed handicap permit no parking sign is taking up 3 spaces on a block that's already extremely short on street parking. There are two driveways that either side could be adjacent to, thus eliminating the need to take 3 spaces out and instead would only need to remove one space out of the general public's parking.
Ald. Tunney removed half of the much needed street parking on Hudson at the request of his personal friend and Hudson homeowner with proper notice to Hudson residents who are mostly renters. Parking in the area is already congested and a majority of the residents want the parking returned.
So 2 years ago they had installed 4 signs that says pedestrian crossing but people still almost get ran over at this intersection. They do have the yellow signs but traffic will run you over if you are not careful. There should be a 4 way stop since it is a very busy intersection by the state offices and also all the places to eat in the area, also our block has a school and church so its a must needed thing.