I hate dibs. However, my whole street is dibbed out (even healthy able bodied neighbors) so there is little that I can or want to do. It's tolerated. On the other hand, if someone was visiting us and the only spot available had lawn chairs...well the chairs would be in the garbage. That street is public and paid for by our many transaction and property taxes.
Friday, February 04, 2011
On Chicago parking "dibs", hoarders and the rest of us
"Dibs" directly in front of my house. These particular neighbors are what I call "dibs hoarders" as they have a garage and take up two dibs spots on the street.