Parking Offenders on Film – 7/13/2007

new hoboken411 parking menu category - Parking Offenders on Film - 7/13/2007As you can see on the left sidebar of Hoboken411.com, I’ve re-organized the parking section a little bit. I’ve moved Street Cleaning as a sub-section, as well as added two new sub-categories: “City Offender Zone” (dedicated to City vehicles only), and “Offenders on Film” (all other offenders you feel worthy of submission).

Let’s start today’s gallery out with a few pictures from an anonymous reader (in the 9th St. Area), as well as a few I took myself yesterday (near 14th and Bloomfield). One van had the dubious honor of blocking not one, but TWO crosswalks simultaneously. Bravo!

All submitted pictures will get periodically compiled into a “gallery of shame” for permanent viewing here on 411. Before you complain, yeah, there are much worse things to worry about, but why the heck not try to cover it all?

Here’s a couple, see the rest after the break.

hoboken illegally parked car july 12 2007 2 - Parking Offenders on Film - 7/13/2007
park9th hoboken parking offender on film reader submitted july 2007 3 b - Parking Offenders on Film - 7/13/2007

hoboken illegally parked car july 12 2007 b - Parking Offenders on Film - 7/13/2007
hoboken illegally parked car july 12 2007 3b - Parking Offenders on Film - 7/13/2007
willow9th hoboken parking offender on film reader submitted july 2007 4b - Parking Offenders on Film - 7/13/2007

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HomeTeam
HomeTeam
Wednesday, September 26, 2007 2:22 pm

There is often a car with New York plates and “Homeland Security” tags parked in the cross walk or in front of a fire hydrant every single day on the corner of Newark and Adams. Bad enough this guy has a job with the most useless division of our government, but he gets a freebie to park where our “security” is but at stake.

Hobo91
Hobo91
Wednesday, September 26, 2007 1:45 pm

Apologies for not supplying a picture, but there has been a silver Nissan Xterra parked on the S.E. corner of 13th and Bloomfield for the past four days. It is parked within three feet from the crosswalk – making it impossible to see on coming Northbound Bloomfield traffic It has a ticket on it from Moday’s street cleaning.

Why can’t the Praking Authoruty issue more tickets for the car? Why don’t they just tow the S.o.B.?

If the good readers of H411 will take up a collection I will gladly smash the windshields with my uselss 3-iron so that all views through the car will be transparent.

zxcv
zxcv
Sunday, July 15, 2007 12:58 am

[quote comment=”34554″]Don’t have a picture, but there’s frequently a late model BMW 5-Series with a Hoboken Police placard in the windshield that’s parked in front of a fire hydrant on the corner of Willow and 5th (near church square park). Most annoying.[/quote]

I think that if you look closely, you’ll see that those are NJ State P.B.A. placards rather than Hoboken police placards. You’re talking about the shiny blue and gold metal ones, right?

I have a feeling that not all of those are really owned by cops. For instance, I saw a beat up old car service car with an old guy with a beard driving it and he had one of those placards…

Also, just an anecdote on NJ Transit PD and parking.

There’s a doorman at a club roughly across the street from me who every night used a bus stop as his personal private parking spot. I think NJ Transit finally caught on, because one night they not only ticketed, but also towed his car. None of the other cars in the bus stop were towed, though…just his.

ShhhDontTell
ShhhDontTell
Saturday, July 14, 2007 11:54 pm

[quote comment=”34554″]Don’t have a picture, but…[/quote]

Cheese Eater!!

👿

HobokenEagle
HobokenEagle
Saturday, July 14, 2007 9:50 pm

Don’t have a picture, but there’s frequently a late model BMW 5-Series with a Hoboken Police placard in the windshield that’s parked in front of a fire hydrant on the corner of Willow and 5th (near church square park). Most annoying.

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