An alert — and irate — “06880” reader writes:
Here is a photo I took in the Barnes & Noble parking lot.
No, that is not a handicapped permit hanging from the Jeep’s rear view mirror — it’s just a parking permit for somewhere.
I saw the woman park there, in the middle of the busy entrance. She was about 35 years old. She walked over to the nail salon. There were plenty of spots a few rows down.
I watched appalled with my 2 boys in tow (10 and 5). I drove to a parking spot not far away. I got out of my car, walked over to hers and took the photo.
This was a teachable moment for my kids. I explained the difference between doing the right thing, and breaking the law for your own convenience!