Monday, September 10, 2007

'Quality-of-life issue' clashes with RV owners' rights

As Bilal Abdullah drove around the streets near his Clairemont home, it occurred to him that San Diego is missing an opportunity to make some easy money.

He thinks the city should fine all the owners of recreational vehicles and motor homes left on city streets for weeks on end in violation of a 72-hour parking limit.

“It's unbelievable that nobody does anything,” Abdullah said. “It just looks so trashy out there.”

In San Diego, the police unit responsible for enforcing the 72-hour rule receives as many as 200 complaints a day.

“I have six people who work for me,” said Sgt. Joe Bane, who heads the unit. “I could use another 30.”
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