October 10, 2012 E-mail From Me To Code Enforcement
Code Enforcement Had The Illegally Parked Vehicle Removed, And Did Not Write Me An E-mail Telling Me There Is No Law In Our City Code To Enforce Our Parking Laws
The Chief Of Police Cannot Do This And Writes Lies To Me In E-mails Telling Me There Is Not A Law To Enforce, Until He Wants To Enforce It (Public Corruption)

From:   Bev Beaufait <bbeaufa@beaufait.com>   

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 To:  William Kingston <billk@louisvilleco.gov>
 Date:  Wednesday, October 10, 2012 08:08 am
 Subject:  Sundance Park Car Problem
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There has been a camper vehicle parked on W. Elm St. next to Sundance Park for the past 3 days.  According to our City of Louisville Parks and Rec Code 14.12.010, A & G, it specifically states NO parking next to City Parks.  Three pics are enclosed.
The camper belongs to folks that live in the 200 block of W. Elm St. on the uneven numbered side of the street.  They have a wood picket fence in their front yard.  I talked to them a few weeks ago.  They told me that they inherited this camper and drove it out to CO from Ohio.  It was parked in front of their house.  They are fairly new to this neighborhood and have no clue about our City Park laws for illegal parking for days and days by any City Park.
This parking situation will continue on W. Elm St. by Sundance Park as the City of Louisville allowed the illegal parking of the Vendor vehicles for months and months on end giving folks the illusion that it is OK to constantly leave a vehicle unaccounted for next to our City Parks in Lousiville.  Again with all these vehicles parked so close to the fire hydrant, it makes it difficult for emergency vehicles to get access.
I will always be letting the City know of these parking violations.  This year has been the only year with this problem.  We in the neighborhood hope it goes away very soon.  We pay alot of property taxes for living next to a City Park.  We do not pay taxes to look at a parking lot that the City cannot control.
Thanks for your help, Bill.
Bev Beaufait.