Imagine you live in a nice, well-kept suburban neighborhood, and one day a tow truck pulls into your cul-de-sac hauling an old, beat-up 35-foot motorhome. And not only does it tow it there, it drops it right along the curb and leaves. Nobody in the neighborhood owns it, much less invited its owner to park it there.
The RV has no power, no hook-ups, no water and no way to get rid of sewage. Yet, people are living in it, leaving early in the morning and returning late at night. How would you feel if the city appeared powerless to move it away?
How would you like it if it were your neighborhood? Your comments are invited. Be civil.
Here’s a report from Fox TV in Denver about the situation.