Parking space is Government's

Remember the much discussed parking lot built at Clifton, the Premier's official residence, in order to serve as a parking lot for the U.S. Consulate building nearby?

Went by there the other day and saw this big ass sign proclaiming that the lot is "Property of Bermuda Government".

Why the hell is there a sign to state that? Or why that and no other signage, something along the lines of "for visitors to the Consulate" or "No parking unless on official business" or something? Does that mean that only Bermuda Government vehicles are allowed there? It's such a weird sign.

It looked more like an advertisement of Government. Look, this parking lot was built by us! Aren't we special?

No comments: