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Post by SCORPIO_03_OLI on Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:43 am

LIVING ON A PLACE WITH A DEAD END STREET FULL OF PARK CARS IS THE PROBLEM WE'RE HAVING HERE ESPECIALLY IN CASE OF EMERGENCY. CAN THE MMDA DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS? THE AREA IS LOCATED INTERIOR AVOCADO STREET, NEAR GALINO STREET, A. BONIFACIO, BALINTAWAK, QUEZON CITY. THIS WAS ALREADY REPORTED TO THE BARANGAY OFFICIALS 5 YRS AGO BUT THE PROBLEM STILL EXIST. ANY ADVICE?

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Post by MegaTroll on Sat Aug 07, 2010 6:14 pm

UNFORTUNATELY no government agencies can resolve your problem. Illegal parking has been tolerated by the government itself for ages, coz MADLA people own these vehicles which numbers in Millions across the country which also translate in votes.

My advice, put justice into your own hands; burn those damn cars! Dont get caught though. Otherwise start looking for another neighborhood, A REAL NEIGHBORHOOD this time.

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