No concern for their neighbors. I’d like to thank Giovani and Reach Fashion for the $25 they cost me today. It was very kind of you to put up “no parking” signs less than a day before you were going to start having people ticketed and towed. I’d also like to thank you for putting those signs up on a Friday night for a Saturday event; two time periods where parking is usually free on the street next to my home. And of course I cannot forget to thank you for making those signs 1/3 of the size of the usual “no parking” signs, with no arrows or directions on them describing where exactly people couldn’t park. And it was just amazing that many of the poles on the street were missing a sign, or had the sign discreetly placed behind the flowers of a planter. It made it perfectly easy for me to miss said signs when I was returning home from work late last night. Where I happen to work for an events company. That knows how to run events. And would find your lack of forethought and planning embarrassing. Lastly, I want to thank you for being so kind as to let my lovely elderly neighbor sit at the end of our one way street, (which you had blocked with barrels) for several minutes, before I saw her and moved said barrels so she could park in her spot in the lot next to our building. A privilege she pays for that you were attempting to deny her.P.S. Please extend my gratitude to your police detail for threatening to tow my car when I simply went over to ask what had happened to the normally free parking on Saturdays.