St. Louis, Missouri 2021-06-11 18:15:00 –
ST. Louis (KMOV.com)-There was a lot of confusion about parking on Washington Avenue as police tried to restore order in downtown St. Louis.
From Friday to Sunday from 6 pm to 8 am, there is a sign that there is no parking right next to the parking meter, which is confusing.
Jesse Woolfolk, co-owner of Dictate Never Accept, said the turmoil has stopped their business. “I saw up close that someone was here and said there was no parking, but everyone has parking here and everyone is making money. What’s happening? Very I’m confused, “Woolfolk said.
Last weekend, a truck towed several cars from Washington Avenue. “Without notice, his loudspeaker police just say that the road from 11th to 14th streets will be closed at 6:30. It will take 30 minutes to move the car,” Woolfork said. Recollected.
A no-parking sign is posted, but Woolfork told News 4 that parking was not compulsory. The new enforcement is part of an effort to maintain peace after some turmoil on the Strip.
Woolfolk said it really hurt their store. “There is no street traffic or business because they are blocking the street. You post a road lockdown sign and have police-it doesn’t say it’s safe to get off here, get off here No, something happened, it’s dangerous. It just doesn’t look good, “he told News 4.
Customers usually park directly in front of the store. Woolfork now states that customers do not feel safe to walk further with their belongings.
“They don’t want it because the streets are blocked, they don’t want to walk around, maybe they have expensive clothes from here and want to walk downtown St. Louis with their expensive bags. No, “Woolfolk said.
News 4 sent a phone call and a message to the city police and the Treasury to see if this would be permanent. If so, Woolfork suggests a time change.
“Maybe I’ll change the time a bit later. Perhaps there may be a block curfew because it’s like 8 or 9 because not all raccus starts until midnight at 1 or 2 am,” Woolfork said. Mr. says.
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