There has been a tan truck
with a yellow/white camper being stored on
West Elm Street for 5 days in a row now.
If the dark car had not been
allowed to stayed stored/abandoned next to
Sundance Park for the past 9 days, this
tan truck with the yellow/while camper would
not have even tried to store their truck and
camper for the past 5 days.
But Code Enforcement
allows this to happen, even
though residential parking laws
prohibit long term parking, especially next
And there has been a light
colored car parked right next to the
stop sign, which is completely illegal.
There has also been
a work truck with a work trailer
parking next to Sundance Park on West Elm
Street for 2 out of the past 5 days.
They come and go, but end up parking next to
Sundance Park, when they come back.
are obviously doing this out of malice and other
improper motives or purposes, due to my
reporting these complaints, and you not
wanting to do your job of tagging, which you
have told me is the law.
You cannot keep changing
things to suit your malicious actions
Here are 3 links proving
the dark car has been abandoned next to
Sundance Park for 9 days in a row; the car
has been parked right next to the stop sign
for the past 5 days; and the tan truck with
the white and yellow camper stored on West
Elm Street for the past 5 days.
No Code Enforcement
vehicle has been by to check on things
lately and things have gotten
completely out of control on your watch.
Our neighborhood is
turning into a commercial, work
truck, trucks with campers storage
area on our residential street.
This is totally
unacceptable to us in our
neighborhood. It is out of control.
toward me has gone on long enough.
It is time to go to work
and keep our street free and clear to keep
up our resale values of our houses.
You are deteriorating our neighborhood.
You are not doing your
civic duty at all.
I am very disappointed
in the City of Louisville's Code Enforcement
Department run by the Louisville Police
PARKING AND LOADING 
17.20.160. Motor vehicle parking
On residential lots, no
more than two motor vehicles may
be parked on any area of the lot
other than within a fully
enclosed structure or on the
paved driveway which is intended
for parking or access to the
garage or carport. A motor
vehicle which is parked or
stored on an improved surface
adjacent to a paved driveway, or
in a rear yard, a side yard, or
a side yard adjacent to the
street shall be counted towards
the limit of two such vehicles.
No more than one such motor
vehicle may be an inoperable
vehicle as defined in section
8.16.040.D.1 of this Code.
Sec. 17.20.100. - Parking spaces not to be used for
storage or advertising. Required parking spaces
shall be available for the parking of
operable passenger automobiles of
residents, customers, patrons, and
employees only, and shall not be used
for the storage of vehicles or
materials or for the parking of
trucks used in conducting the business
or use, or for the purpose of
advertising.(Code 1977, § 17.20.100;
Ord. No. 715-1981, § 15)
is from our Ethics Code
"Open Government & Ethics Pamphlet
Other Ethics Rules of Interest
It also prohibits acts of
advantage or favoritism and, in that
regard, prohibits special considerations,
use of employee time for personal or
reasons, and use of City vehicles or
equipment, except in same manner as
available to any other person (or in
manner that will substantially benefit
night we heard from
the owners of the
belongs to a couple
who recently moved to
Louisville and who
just purchased the
husband and wife are a
about why the
will speak with them
and convey our
assurances that this
is all quite routine
and innocent. "
quote is from a May
25, 2012 e-mail to me
from Bruce Goodman,
Police Chief. He
knows the rules.
He applies them when
he wants. He is
a bully. He does
not do his job that he
is paid to do.
He should be fired on
the spot. If he
did his job correctly,
the first time he
contacted the owners,
he would not be
backed into a corner
to save face.
Now, he will not do
his job, just to try
to prove he is
correct, when he is so