On Sunday, June 9 I went to the Mall at noon where I encountered a long line of cars in the parking garage adjacent to J.C. Penney and a parade of concert goers leaving the structure pulling coolers and clutching blankets. As I inched my way to the top level to find parking, I watched concert goers brazenly unloading their cars in spots intended for Mall customers.

Yet, at the entrance to the Mall was a sign that said "no event parking," which presumably included the parking structure.

If the Mall is going to have a "no event parking" policy, it should be strictly enforced.

Philip Davies


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