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Political dolefulness localmade

7 February, 2010 (18:09) | political trade | By: Aerar

(German version published on 28 Oktober, 2009)

In my quarter there are only few parking spaces and one of these few is since more than a month widely marked by two signs as an area of absolute parking restriction. Considering the lack of parking facilities the residents soon did not take the restriction too serious anymore. But just today the public authorities rediscovered the area and cleared it with the friendly support of the towing business. Now the area has been provisionary fenced in addition to the two signs. I am curious if soon any construction will be done there or if it will take another month.

So national politics is not categorically needed to arouse political dolefulness. A poorly organized local authority is sufficient enough to forward the costs of its incompetence directly to its citizens. Don’t they notice what they cause with such senseless actions? At least I am irritated by such arbitrariness. And I don’t even have a car.

addition (27 November, 2009):

I just saw that all signs and fences have been removed now. Ok, – I have been away from home from time to time, but if any constrution has been done at all it could not have taken more than a couple of days and it has left no traces at all.