This Montana Community Has New Rules. Are You A Fan?
It's no shocker that I think this is a great thing. Again, I want to make sure that everyone understands that I have an issue with how disastrous it looks, not the reasons why people are opting to stay in what I named, "campers row".
But there is a new rule I noticed the other day as I was driving through to get to a local gas station. At first I thought, "is this actually happening?" As I continued to drive I kept seeing more and more signs, I am guessing the abundant amount is so no one can say "I didn't know".
So the sign is pretty clear: the residents of this area have until August 8th to move their vehicles, campers, trailers, etc. or they will be ticketed and eventually towed.
Now here is the deal: if you have driven through this area then you know that there are a lot of vehicles that clearly do not run, as they are stacked full of belongings, from the back to the front. Some are missing windows, have broken doors, and some, like the one below, has the tow rope still attached and a tire sitting on the hood of it.
So for some, it may be difficult to move the vehicle/camper. I talked to one guy who has a broke down truck there (the motor is shot) and he is extremely mad that he has to move it. He wasn't very impressed when I said, "It's not a junk yard, it's a road, where people walk and drive daily."
So my question is, how do you feel about the street maintenance signs? Is this a good thing or will these vehicles just end up on another road?
Oh and also, if you are a store around that area and have shopping carts, I counted 7 over there if you want to retrieve them.