Parking enforcement abuse in Hoboken
HPU parking enforcement abuse – no notice given
Hoboken411 reader Brian noticed these signs being installed on Clinton Street just before midnight on Friday, June 21st, which clearly shows the ongoing parking enforcement abuse that takes place in Hoboken.
They were for “no parking” from 7am to 6pm on Saturday, June 22nd and Sunday, June 23rd.
Now anyone who was parked here got ticketed and towed for “violating” the posted signs. From what I understand, these “Temporary Police Regulation No Parking” signs need a 48 hour advance notice in order to be enforceable.
Additionally – it seems a bit odd that this particular sign doesn’t have the unique “PO#…” which identifies what it’s for and by whom.
At what point does some kind of “revolt” against the nearly criminal actions of the HPU happen? How fed up do residents need to be in order to take action? And as a reminder – the HPU effectively removes between $3 and $4 million dollars from the local economy, and re-directs that money into city hall coffers. You enjoy hearing about that blatant re-direction of wealth on top of taxes, fees, permits, and other methods of monetary siphoning?