Letter to the Editor: Friendships over fines

Posted 10/4/17

Most Tuesdays I meet with my Arvada West High School (class of 64) buddies for lunch at Mi Tierra Restaurant in Olde Town Arvada. Tasty Mexican food and good conversation is enjoyed over several …

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Letter to the Editor: Friendships over fines

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Most Tuesdays I meet with my Arvada West High School (class of 64) buddies for lunch at Mi Tierra Restaurant in Olde Town Arvada. Tasty Mexican food and good conversation is enjoyed over several hours. Got a surprise on returning to my truck which was parked on a posted side street. A citation for parking for over two hours. $28 if paid within ten days, $53 thereafter. My immediate thoughts were not purely wholesome but after a moment or two I figured that lunch with friends I’ve had for over 50 years was well worth it. Note to self: Start parking in the new Olde Town Hub parking facility. Public parking is free for four hours.

Tom Lofland,
Arvada

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