To the editor:
I live in Bloomington, I pay taxes for my moderate house and single-car driveway.
I have no idea why the city can restrict what I park, or for how long, in my own driveway. I get it, having junk all over the yard can be an eyesore to neighbors, but how can the city say what is on my own land and property?
I want a mayor who will change that and not make me store my own pontoon on someone else’s property when I could easily store it on my own driveway. I will be voting for Ryan Kulka for mayor as he will help to change this.