October 30, 2012 E-mails Between Me And The Chief Of  Police.

 From:   Bruce Goodman <bruceg@louisvilleco.gov>   

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 To:  Bev Beaufait <bbeaufa@beaufait.com>
 Cc:  William Kingston <billk@louisvilleco.gov>
 Date:  Tuesday, October 30, 2012 04:01 pm
 Subject:  RE: W. Elm St./Mini Cooper
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Please, in the future, do not include a lot of photographs because the size of the files causes problem with my computer.  The Police Department’s Internet service is not as good as you receive at home and receiving emails with large files locks up my computer.  Thank you, Bruce


From: Bev Beaufait [mailto:bbeaufa@beaufait.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 11:32 AM
To: Bruce Goodman
Subject: W. Elm St./Mini Cooper




I have enclosed a Power Point presentation of the Mini Cooper that has been parked next to the Stop Sign on W. Elm St., since October 17.  I did not include the October 17 picture, as I already sent it to you showing how Code Enforcement just drove by and did nothing to move this Mini Cooper.  The pictures are from October 18 - 30, in the Power Point presentation.


This Mini Cooper's license plate is:  OBX51799.  The plates are from North Carolina.  The owner of this vehicle needs to be informed of "temporary neighborhood parking", as opposed to "long term storage", so this Mini Cooper can be removed from our neighborhood.  With so many vehicles being parked on W. Elm St. for so long, it is no wonder that the owner of this Mini Cooper thinks they can park there forever.


There seems to be a major problem of vehicles trying to park too close to the Stop Sign.  :((((((


This is the last vehicle that is causing long term parking problems on W. Elm Street.  I truly appreciate your quick help in removing these unlawful vehicles from our neighborhood.


Thanks for your great help in the matter.



Bev Beaufait