Here is a recent development that has six or seven new businesses within it. It is privately owned, and it is pretty small. However, since it is a recent development that is pretty popular in the area, all businesses are being required by the owner of the property to park in a different city so there is more parking for customers . I know this sounds a bit extreme, but there are two cities that are right next to each other. Be assigned parking that is any other city is not paid, not controlled, and not even a real parking lot.
Owners of real property have the right to control access and use of the property.
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