Gowanus Lounge: Serving Brooklyn

Change Comes to Cobble Hill Parking Signs

August 29th, 2008 · 2 Comments

It’s been interesting to watch the progress of the huge alternate side parking changeover as it has progressed from Park Slope through Gowanus and now into Cobble Hill. It has not escaped our attention that the greatest commotion arose in Park Slope, where there fears and complaints about people hogging parking spaces and about the alleged build up of filth on streets (both of which, we believe, were unfounded). The process barely merited a blink of an eye in Gowanus and has gone without much in the way of noticeable complaining in Cobble Hill too. In any case, this is the process of street sign change in Cobble Hill, as captured on camera by David Paco Abraham of the Cobble Hill Association.

Tags: Cobble Hill

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 ff // Aug 29, 2008 at 7:34 pm

    Park Slopers are extremely sensitive.

  • 2 bklyndave // Sep 2, 2008 at 9:35 am

    No slope dope, the fact is that intelligent people have known for years that the alternate side regulations have been a huge source of money for the city and it has taken this long to finally get a change to a more reasonable schedule.