San Francisco - I live, work, bike, and drive in San Francisco on a daily basis. Part of my job includes delivering prepared, Organic meals to wealthy clients in Cow Hollow (How Shallow), Pacific Heights (Specific Whites), and the Marina (Farina) Districts. I often see cars double-parked for 10-15 minutes in those neighborhoods, only to see a stay-at-home mom emerge from the home to dump her child into a nannies waiting car to take the child on a playdate, or other activity.
I often walk into homes with 1, or sometimes 2, nannies present, yet am shocked to find the mother of the child(ren) at the residence when i arrive. Why should these affluent women be given more privilege than life has already blessed them with. Parking is for city residents ONLY.
My mother worked and raised 2 children with help from NO ONE. That's a mother!
Do these mothers (and i use that term lightly) expect neighbors to give up their access to public, residential parking (or what is in actuality publicly-funded, private vehicle storage),