Parking policy puzzles public

If you found a slip of paper on your car this week notifying you of a parking violation, you weren’t alone.

Dozens of residents were caught off guard this week when the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office wrote 54 parking warnings for vehicles parked in some Center Grove area subdivisions that were in violation of a longtime county rule.

The dastardly deed that was committed? Not parking in front of someone’s driveway, blocking a fire hydrant or even parking the wrong direction on the street. Instead, they simply parked their vehicles on a county-owned street, which is not allowed from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday through Thursday.

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