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lol - Damon. I created a cool .gif file but couldn’t get it to work on CAO tabletalk (sp?). The .gif showed two seconds of the cowabunga ride instead of the resultant static shot. I tried several times to re-post over the course of the PM, hence the time diff. —Damon wrote: You stayed there for three hours waiting for that wave? 15:40 ---> 18:39 !
Exactly. Why would the city be responsible? While you won’t get a ticket or towed, you park there at your own risk as far as theft or damage. Really, the lack of personal responsibility is amazing.NightStalker wrote: I don't see any liability on the city or school.
Ouch, the city did say that their parking lots could be subject to flooding so that would surely mean their insurance would not be liable. That video....a painful situation for those people.sugarmagnolia wrote: The city is allowing citizens to use public property for snow emergency parking at their discretion. It is not mandatory —- only that you remove your vehicles from the street. It is always up to vehicle owners to find legal off street parking during snow emergencies and to evaluate those spaces for safety and accessibility. Yes, it was a terrible thing for those vehicle owners. But the super moon, high winds and possible coastal flooding was well reported and the geography of the area of the high school parking lot obvious. Frankly, not exactly the best move.