There is a cure for "Fear of Towing"

It's amazing how so-called intelligent politicians can dance around an issue without tripping on each other's feet.

The answer is already out there, to paraphrase The X-Files, and there is not a damned thing our Dallas City Council can do to stop them.

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Legal issues
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"Neighborhood men" catch punks trashing out under-construction home

Last weekend, The Doggette and Puppettes were out selling Girl Scout Cookies when they came upon a big ruckus on the 5900 block of Belmont.

BD's got her story, and the DPD has their story. Guess which one is more interesting?

By Avi S. Adelman under Neighborhoods , Safe streets
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Mandatory towing for uninsured drivers would exempt South Dallas residents

New proposal includes special ID card for uninsured motorists in Districts 1 and 8

According to a reported published last week in the DMN, Mayor Laura Miller is proposing that uninsured drivers involved in accidents would have their vehicle towed straight to the pound (link). This policy is already in effect in Arlington, DeSoto, Haltom City, Irving, Mesquite, Plano and Rockwall County.

By Avi S. Adelman under Dallas City Council , Legal issues
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Oy vey, 2005 was a very good year

Once again, BD and his cronies (all the Jews who control things on Lower Greenville) have met to settle on the top stories in our little corner of the world.

Since there are only three Jewish guys in the immediate neighorhood to work on this list (and that does not include Mad Maxine), we only needed to spread a few schmeers of cream cheese on our bagels by the time we were finished.

Oy vey, read more already!

By Avi S. Adelman under Neighborhoods , Lower Greenville
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To tow or not to tow for ROP?

Now that Verified Response Light has been approved (link), don't think that we have forgotten about the issue created by DPD's other policy, Verified Parking.

A DPD Public Service Officer (PSO) works weekends around Lower Greenville, ticketing cars (and getting them towed) for parking illegally, but this will go on as long as we have the PSO available.

By Avi S. Adelman under Neighborhoods , Legal issues
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