Re: How is a No Parking Sign Supposed to Be Appropriately Posted
You have to admit though that Feng's arguments and comparisons are way off... Comparing a "judge or an CPA or a doctor" (heck, why not add financial advisers and funeral directors to the mix) to "parking ticket reviewers is way too overdramatic. Ticket reviewers never took an oath to uphold anything nor do they have a fiduciary duty to maintain a certain standard!
I'm not sure what the implication is here or what in Feng's opinion would resolve the "problem". If he's suggesting that these municipalities should employ some sort of *review board* to review the people who review the disputed citations, then the answer is obviously "no"; at least not in this current environment of government downsizing, and where cities, counties and some states are on the verge of bankruptcy.
Fact on the matter is, there is a mechanism by which those results are reviewed... And Feng went though it, AND PREVAILED!!! Now, would you rather have this *review board* who was hired by the same entity (the municipality) that directly benefits from upholding these citations, or would you rather take the matter up before a neutral court where the outcome is decided by a fully trained JUDGE based on its merit?
Point is, you are not the first one to ever be wronged by parking enforcement, and you certainly won't be the last!
Similarly, you are not the first one to take the matter through all of its appeal stages and prevail and you certainly are going to be the last!
Get over it, move on... There is plenty in this world that you can expend all this time, effort and energy onto and you can bet that the results can be much more rewarding than the simple reverberation of an "Ahuh, I was right and they were wrong!!!"
I am right 97% of the time... Who cares about the other 4%!