Southwest Wake: Opinion

May 30, 2014 12:00 AM

Cindy and Peter Emens: Lack of parking hurts seniors

Cary citizens have noted the lack of parking in the downtown area. It may be fine to promote walkability, but 25 percent of Cary’s population is 55 or older, and there are many mobility-impaired residents who are not seniors.

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