To the editor,
Are the values of respect, compassion and courtesy not being taught to children anymore? Have adults forgotten what those words mean?
I am writing to express my opinion on parking in residential areas. We moved to Nicholasville almost seven years ago because we felt this was a community that represented hospitality, values and a place where we would feel safe. My feelings haven't changed. I feel that Nicholasville has the finest police, fire and emergency services that make it a safe place to live. They deserve every dollar and more.
I understand that there is no law that prohibits vehicles parking anywhere on streets in residential areas. However, I do think everyone should utilize their own driveways and space before infringing upon someone else. I cannot understand why anyone would be so inconsiderate as to want to park in front of someone else's home when they have their own space and driveway to use.