Sunday, January 22, 2006

Campaign grows to curb RV parking on streets in Southern California

Bud Schick has watched mile after mile of open road slip beneath the big front wheels of his motor home, but he's hit a bump just a few steps from his front door.

His hometown of Hawthorne, CA decreed this month that motor homes and other large vehicles can no longer park on city streets for more than a day. Other South Bay cities, from Lawndale to Rancho Palos Verdes, are considering their own restrictions on when and where oversized vehicles can park.

For his part, Schick, 79, considers Hawthorne's answer "totally unacceptable" -- barely enough time to get his motor home up and running, much less pack it for the long haul. "Twenty-four hours is no good whatsoever," he said. "That's totally ridiculous." Full Story...

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