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5 Responses to “How do you feel Danville should handle recent parking problems?”

  1. Liz

    Well Cathy, if that is the case, then the police officer should still handle the situation as a professional so as not to cause conflict with joe blow and the person breaking the law. This can lead to further problems. My point is, a police officer is trained to uphold the law and to do so in a professional manner. Wasn’t the question “how do you feel Danville should handle parking problems? Professionally and fairly.

  2. Liz

    The people of Danville pay for police protection and enforcement. They need to do their job professionally and in accordance to Danville’s/State of Ohio laws. They are trained to be officers and can enforce the law without making enemies and without pointing fingers saying “joe blow complained and i’m here to give you a warning’. I know of Deputies that have practiced this to make themselves look good and not be the bad guy. Very unprofessional. They need to enforce the law fairly and across the board to everyone and still be able to handle special circumstances as they occur.

  3. John Q. Public

    The reason why Cathy never sees a Danville police car is because there is no parking available in Danville for a car not to be ticketed for parking in a wrong spot.

  4. cathy

    i think the police department needs to take care of it. We pay a tax for them but i never see them! I see Deputy’s all the time but i never see a Danville police car.