Amazing how many times I see able-bodied people parking in handicap spots. In the past week I’ve seen them play tennis, soccer, walk into restaurants and jog around the park. Many don’t even have the handicap badge on their rear-view mirror or the license plate.
With all the budget shortfalls, wouldn’t strictly enforcing this law be wise? I was recently eating at a restaurant where both handicap spots were full, but neither had handicap credentials. Time to start calling the low-class violators out.
Greg Yocum, Doral
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