We also saw the bar manager hold up the tow away zone sign that was hidden behind the bar.
When the Citizen confronted Vinyl Music Hall, what happened?
- Payment for wrongful act...no!
- Attempts to correct what a local attorney has told me amounted to Grand Theft Auto...NO!
After this incident, the Special Snowflakes went to their Mama's organization, the Pensacola Downtown Improvement Board to find a way to make their OWNERSHIP of City parking spaces legal.
For the sum of $258, Vinyl Music Hall purchased from the DIB NO PARKING bags to go over the meters outside its facility.
I'm pretty sure, the bags sold were NO PARKING bags. The "Violators will be towed at owner expense" was written with a Magic Marker so I don't know if it is enforceable.
Wow, what a way to have your own private parking spaces for your business. Many downtown business owners would want those. Right?
So a Citizen and downtown business owner began asking members of the DIB Board about obtaining their own bags for the their business. Look at their email and responses below.
Cc: email@example.com, Brian Spencer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Vinyl is a FOR PROFIT BUSINESS owned by huge supporters of the Mayor being given special accommodations FOR THE PROFITABILITY OF THEIR BUSINESS so they can pump more money into the Mayor's campaigns.