Residents: Trucks given special treatment in neighborhood

Residents of Pacific Street say they have to fight for parking spaces close to their home because of trucks that line the street.Tractor-trailers line the

CROWN HEIGHTS - Residents of Pacific Street say they have to fight for parking spaces close to their home because of trucks that line the street.

Tractor-trailers line the block and sometimes, residents say drivers will leave their truck parked for days.

Residents say that they these trucks do not get ticketed. Milton Stephens claims, ?Sometimes a guy will come through and ask them to move and a lot of times they won't move at all. Sanitation guys just drive right by."

Some residents have attempted saving themselves parking by placing parking cones on the street.

The residents hope that the new year will provide stricter enforcement of parking regulations in their neighborhood.

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