To the Editor:
The West Roxbury Commuter Rail stop has resident parking signs posted on nearly every sides street that adjoins the station. That means if you have a sticker, like I do, you have the right to park there as long as you would like to.
However I have routinely been addressed by people who choose to buy or live near the station and told not to leave my car on the street in front of their house while I go to my 9-5 job. I have a sticker, and I am a resident who lives about a mile from the station, and therefore in inclement weather do not want to walk that far. Since I have a sticker there should be no issue.
I see two possible solutions here. One, people who live near the station should not be allowed to harass resident parkers with stickers or be fined. Two - create a resident parking sticker only lot. This seems like a hot topic with residents on Dent Street, Perham Street and Ivory Street.