(Capital Public Radio) Willie's Burgers has attracted hungry crowds to Broadway near 16th Street for nearly three decades. But owner William Taylor says he has seen the downtown Sacramento neighborhood change dramatically over the years, including the addition of some new businesses next door — and a lot less parking for his customers.
During construction of a nearby retail center, parking for his restaurant was cut off, he says. So, customers parked elsewhere, including at a neighboring lot for a bank. But business owners, protective of their own parking spaces, posted signs warning drivers: If you're not a customer and you park here, you’ll get towed.
But Taylor says people are being misled. “Just because they have a sign there, doesn't mean you have to believe it,” he said.
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