‘Parkinggate’

    Ladies and gentlemen of the Feed, CityPaper presents to you . . . Parkinggate. While not as pressing as Arlene Ackerman’s No-bidgate and Cliff Lee’s NYsucksgate, we’re intriguied nonetheless.

     

    We told you yesterday (via Philebrity) that a Fairmount resident was unhappy when a police officer asked him to move his car Friday night only to find out a city official was using the block as his personal driveway for a holiday party.

    Today we’ve learned the city official is attorney Worrell Nero. CP reports the city’s chief integrity officer is looking into the situation.

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