City Should Handle Parking Lot Security Downtown

Dear Editor,
Who and what is going to protect the people and the cars that
park on the 100-space temporary parking lot on Lewis and Railroad
streets?
Dear Editor,

Who and what is going to protect the people and the cars that park on the 100-space temporary parking lot on Lewis and Railroad streets?

I suggest the city rent a mobile office for a police substation, so there will be police protection 24/7 for the duration of the streetscape project.

They also should rent some golf carts, which they could store in a 40-foot container, and use some councilmen and planning staff to transport the seniors who want eat and bowl downtown. What good public relations! Maybe then the citizens of Gilroy would really feel the city does care about all of Gilroy.

Naomi Steinmetz Murphy, Gilroy

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