I’m going to present to you a scenario… and I’d like to see what your reaction/response is… because it’s a moral dilemma that occupies too much of heart some days.
This is a crude diagram of the daycare center’s parking lot:
The three spots labeled with the BLUE H’s are handicapped spots.
Every afternoon, inevitably, there is always someone parked in at least one of the handicapped spots by the door. They are not handicapped. AND… there are always empty spots in the lot around the bend. In fact, some people even park in the red zone adjacent to the entrance when there are empty spots in the parking lot.
I understand that it seems silly to have the 3 spots at a location that might not use them, but it’s California law.
So, I’d like to know your opinion on this issue, since it’s not really something I can bring up with fellow parents in casual non-accusatory conversation!