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Has anyone else noticed how the street lines and curb markings have gotten almost nonexistant??? Thinking back, when the PD had the responsibility EVERYTHING was done. The Yellow no-parking areas were always clear, the lines and boxes were bright, there wasnt ANY ambiguity about what areas were prohibited. Maybe they should consider putting responsibility for that back to the Police dept, since THEY managed to get it done, and KEEP it done, besides, wouldnt it technically fall under the Public Safety umbrella anyway?. With it assigned to DPW, it's just one of many duties.

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Has anyone else noticed how the street lines and curb markings have gotten almost nonexistant???  Thinking back, when the PD had the responsibility EVERYTHING was done. The Yellow no-parking areas were always clear, the lines and boxes were bright, there wasnt ANY ambiguity about what areas were prohibited.  Maybe they should consider putting responsibility for that back to the Police dept, since THEY managed to get it done, and KEEP it done, besides, wouldnt it technically fall under the Public Safety umbrella anyway?.  With it assigned to DPW, it's just one of many duties.

I think this is Strifey's department.

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Has anyone else noticed how the street lines and curb markings have gotten almost nonexistant???  Thinking back, when the PD had the responsibility EVERYTHING was done. The Yellow no-parking areas were always clear, the lines and boxes were bright, there wasnt ANY ambiguity about what areas were prohibited.  Maybe they should consider putting responsibility for that back to the Police dept, since THEY managed to get it done, and KEEP it done, besides, wouldnt it technically fall under the Public Safety umbrella anyway?.  With it assigned to DPW, it's just one of many duties.

Nice Tull reference.

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