Sabato, 20 Ottobre 2018

Messina disabled required to pay for parking signs


Palermo, March 28 - Local authorities in the
Sicilian city of Messina have decreed that disabled drivers
requesting dedicated parking areas will need to pay for the
street signs reserving the spaces for their vehicles, according
to a report in the Gazzetta del Sud newspaper.
"We must not treat the disabled as inferior - they are
normal people, like us. Like I have to pay, so do they, and
anyhow we are talking about minimal costs," said Messina local
city council commissioner Luigi Croce, according to the
Croce had been criticized for the measures, though he has
indicated he is not backtracking.
The decree indicates "the costs relating to the creation
and the maintenance of the street signs, both vertical and
horizontal, as well as the identification and the demarcation of
the parking areas, and their subsequent removal will be
attributed to the beneficiary".

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