we offer off street parking, other business park in our tenants parking. How should we handle people

  • May 22 2012 - Seattle
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In addition to John's comments, make sure the parking lot monitor has a list of all cars belonging to tenants (with license plates) and there is some guest parking with a way to sign in.    If tenants don't have access to the parking they have paid for, you may have some challenges on hand.
  • May 23 2012
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Contact an one of the local towing companies to install notices on your property. There are a number of them in Lake City.
You'll sign an agreement that identifies who, from your association, is allowed to make the towing calls.  Note that that is the only person, or persons, who will successfully be able to get a violator towed so make it people who are there often.
Secondly, place a prominent sign on each stall that is being violated. You have to give the violators fair warning. 
And then TOW the (*&^% s.  There is no room for being a nice person, if you want results.
  • May 23 2012
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