Saturday, March 04, 2017

Settling in

Settling in
Back in October of last year I noticed a crappy looking caravan parked near the Rudan nature reserve in Jordbro. I suspected that someone was going to move in there for good, and that it would be very messy there soon, so I emailed the municipality about it. They answered the following day and informed me that they would sort it out by sending in one of their fearful parking attendants. Pretty sure that didn't work, this was the scene there earlier this week. So I mailed them again with the updated photo and they responded, claiming that their parking attendant had been unable to locate the caravan!


William Kendall said...

What a heap!

I've had more positive experience with city bureaucracy recently- a city inspector came in and really chewed out an individual that's been the subject of legal proceedings for myself and others.

Lasse Jansson said...

Nu är det knappast ett parkeringsproblem utan nedskräpningsdilemma. Alltså borde rätt instans kallas in för att antingen säkra bevis för vem som kan fällas för nedskräpning eller helt enkelt ta hand om skiten som någon mindre begåvad dumpat i skogen. Bra att du uppmärksammar kommunen på problemet och en riktigt bra bild bevisar onekligen den bistra verkligheten.

Bob Crowe said...

As we sometimes say in the US, your tax dollars (or krona) at work.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It doesn't look as if it would be easy to miss Steffe 😊

Stefan Jansson said...

I'm guessing that the parking attendant took the only road going to the reserve and didn't bother to step out of the car, which you have to to to be able to spot the caravan.

Sist jag hittade en massa skräp här så polisanmälde jag det hela. Då försvann skiten på två dagar.