October 3, 2012 E-mail To William Kingston About Mr. Rooter Commercial, Again, Abandoning Their Trucks In Our Neighborhood For 21 Days In A Row.

From:   Bev Beaufait <bbeaufa@beaufait.com>   

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 To:  William Kingston <billk@louisvilleco.gov>
 Date:  Wednesday, October 03, 2012 08:18 am
 Subject:  Constant Commercial Truck Parking
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There has been a constant parking problem on W. Elm St. across from Sundance Park.  There has been a series of vehicles parked along W. Elm St. since May, 2012.  The City of Louisville has had a problem keeping this situation under control.
I have pictures from May, 2012 to October, 2012 showing the same problem going unresolved.  Why can't the City of Louisville keep this "parking lot" problem under control?  Why does this particular vehicle owner keep flaunting the City of Louisville's parking laws?
On May 25, 2012 Bruce, our Chief of Police wrote this to me about me complaining about commercial vehicles in our neighborhood.  "Last night we heard from the owners of the truck.  It belongs to a couple who recently moved to Louisville and who just purchased the vehicle.  The husband and wife are a little distressed about why the selective enforcement against them.  Commander Kingston will speak with them and convey our assurances that this is all quite routine and innocent.  "
Because Bruce told this to the couple, they have taken advantage of "neighborhood temporary parking for neighbors". 
And on May 24, 2012 this is what Bruce told me:  "determined the registered owner to be from another city."
Because the City of Louisville gave the wrong "residential" information to folks who do not even live in our neighborhood, the owners of these vehicles have no business whatsoever parking any of their commercial vehicles on W. Elm St. across from Sundance Park, which only allows permit parking for parties. 
Here are 3 pics showing what is going on.  If you have any questions, I have about 75 more pics for proofs for your needs and wants to clear up this unnecessary "commercial parking of commercial vehicles" in residential neighborhoods, which is against the law in the City of Louisville.

They just swap out one vehicle for another...month after month.  It needs to stop.  Because of Bruce's emotional May 24 and 25 responses to me, all logic has gone out the window dealing with this problem.  It is more about hating me, than fixing the neighborhood problem.
Thanks, Bill.
Bev Beaufait.