Car Parking in Waiuku
I don’t think retailers should be able to park in the main streets at all. I have not been able to park there ever since we adopted the one way system in Bowen Street.
My father, who is nearly 80 years old and still works in Waiuku, parks at the bottom of town and walks to work. I think that it is a case of laziness actually.
I really think Waiuku-Ikes would get used to parking wardens.
I think that is the only way to solve the problem.
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