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wow is that legal? or is it just tolerated by the city?

so they get to break the law and have veto power over transportation policy?


What's the problem? What better purpose can DC's streets be put to than providing convenient ample parking for non-residents?

I'm pretty sure it's legal. AME has special permission to use lanes for Sunday parking.

On the far left side of the photo you can even see the little bit of the yellow sign for the parking garage located next door to AME. Dare they lose less spots than I can count on one hand from a track on the northbound side.

I wonder what percentage of the congregation uses public transportation. I'd be willing to bet it's pretty low.

reminds me -- need to start parking my car in front of that church Saturday night > Sunday afternoon.

May the Lord forgive them...

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