Saturday, April 16, 2011
Alternate Side Parking Suspended Again (and again)
It’s that favorite time of year again. The time when the empire of Winter falls, and even the school chancellorship is resurrected. When ticket agents pass over cars on both sides of the street. Men and women’s fancies turn away from traffic and gas prices, and parking takes on a whole new meaning. It’s a ritual of Spring in New York, but it’s more than just the power of love of two people.
It is the harmonic convergence of Jewish and Christian holidays that suspends alternate side like there’s no moving your car tomorrow. How good is it? In a nutshell, you can park your car for Monday (4/18) and you don’t have to move it for 11 days or Fri (the 29th).