Most assume that churches are benevolent organizations, and if there were a game, event or family gathering nearby that parking in the nearby church parking lot would not be a problem.
Real estate agents looking for parking for a couple of hours is not likely to tug at anyone's heart strings. According to the Midvale Facilities Management Supervisor, they have been directed from to enforce no parking in the church parking lot with the reason being "maintaining the church's tax exempt status.”
Are we this worried about the minute possibility of an issue that might occur over parking?
- In our opinion: Despite dip in observance,...
- Turning back the tide of sexual promiscuity...
- Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Convention...
- Charles Krauthammer: The world according to...
- John Florez: The key to El Paso is understanding
- Letter: Medical marijuana
- Kathleen Parker: Karma tastes rich in new,...
- Dan Liljenquist: Confronting Saudi Arabia's...
- In our opinion: People desire fair,... 49
- Letter: Constitutional republic 30
- Letter: Utah GOP divided 28
- Richard Davis: Medical marijuana issue... 24
- My view: New labor rule may harm Utah's... 24
- Letter: Respect the governor 21
- In our opinion: Troops in Syria makes... 20
- Robert J. Samuelson: Why tax reform is... 19