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Clayton ‘man caves’ frustrate

The City of Surrey is hosting a clean up your garage contest. Are they for real?

Why don’t they do their job for the sake of taxpayers by coming out to Clayton Heights and starting up a parking permit program for the law-abiding citizens who are doing the right thing by using their garages for parking and wish to have some parking for guests?

Why don’t they have a contest where each home in this dense neighbourhood takes a picture of their garage and sends it to them? Then they will  see who the real heroes are.

I guess I’m wasting my breath as the people who park all their vehicles on the congested streets instead of their carports after work are the winners and the fellow who is proud of his entertaining man cave in his full-size garage is the jackpot winner for parking all three of his vehicles in front of frustrated Clayton homeowners such as myself.

 

S. Sidhu

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