Jyotsana Arora

An English teacher by profession, Jyotsana works as a freelance content developer for SmartSign to pursue her passion for writing. She loves to cook and experiment with different cuisines. Her belief in “good writers earn the right to be read” keeps her passion for words alive. Jyotsana lives in the beautiful city of Jaipur, India.

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Proposed NJ church parking has residents up in arms

Proposed NJ church parking has residents up in arms

| August 12, 2013

A proposed parking lot has become a bone of contention between the First Church of Christ, Scientist and its neighbors in the historic district of Haddonfield, New Jersey. The controversial parking lot has been approved by the borough Planning Board and will go before the Zoning Board soon. Haddonfield zoning laws mandate churches to have […]

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Evolving politics of NYC’s “failure to yield” law

Evolving politics of NYC’s “failure to yield” law

| July 22, 2013

On the 4th of July holiday weekend, thousands arrived at Salisbury beach, MA to beat the heat. Public parking lots, costing $10 per day, were soon overflowing. Some chose to illegally park their vehicles on sidewalks, in front of fire hydrants, or within 20 feet of a corner. However, a dampener was put on some […]

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California residents look for shady parking spots this summer

California residents look for shady parking spots this summer

| July 15, 2013

Soaring temperatures in Palm Springs, California are sending drivers searching for shady parking spots in Coachella Valley. Since everybody wants shady parking, these coveted spots are hard to find. Most of the area is either covered by slender palm trees (which don’t provide much shade) or with saplings that aren’t large enough to shade. Coming […]

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No parking meters in downtown Aurora

No parking meters in downtown Aurora

| May 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s official, parking meters in downtown Aurora (located in Illinois) saw their last sunset on May 13, 2013 as the city finally geared up for a free public parking system. All remaining parking meters were removed and passed on to the Aurora Historical Society. New sign boards that indicate areas which permit parking for 90 […]

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Albany’s new parking permit system is not going well

Albany’s new parking permit system is not going well

| May 5, 2013 | 1 Comment

Albany’s three-month-old parking permit system has already become the center of media attention, albeit for the wrong reasons. The parking permit system, started on January 15, 2013, is already overwhelmed with serious violations, leaving the city (located in New York state) in a mess. Meant for restricting street parking, the system is being violated by […]

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