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State Owned Vehicle Illegally Parked In Handicapped Spot At Lowe’s In Leominster


Here’s another upstanding individual who decided to park in a handicapped spot at the Lowe’s in Leominster, without a placard.

Note the license plate indicates that this is a state owned vehicle. Why would someone working for the state use their vehicle to run personal errands at Lowe’s? Why are they flagrantly violating the law by parking in a handicapped spot? What action will be taken against them?

While writing this I’ve been on hold with the RMV Medical Affairs office (whose phone number is 857-368-8020) for 10 minutes and counting. This is typical Massachusetts bureaucracy, and the RMV is the poster child for it. After all, this is an organization that got 7 bikers killed in New Hampshire in June because they ignored 53 boxes of documents in Quincy that should’ve led to the suspension of thousands of people’s licenses. Of course one person lost their job, and then Stephanie Pollack and Charlie Baker refused to make Thomas Bowes available to testify in front of the State Legislature, so they’ve swept that whole thing under the rug as well.

If anyone can point us in the right direction about who to contact over this feel free to email [email protected]

Update: They have this, but I haven’t heard back from anyone.


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