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We live in an upstairs apartment complex that is just under 900 square feet, 2 bedroom and had some neighbors move in yesterday, and they started moving in around10am (possibly earlier). There were 2 adults moving their stuff in, no kids that I saw. Here's the issue...
Dh, me and the kids did some grocery shopping yesterday evening, trying to avoid the crowds. It wasn't one of those major hauls, but we had about 6 bags of groceries and 8 12-packs of soda as it was on sale. We get back around 6:30 and they have their SUV with a trailer attached taking up 2 covered parking spaces (every household gets one covered parking spot, and then there is parking for visitors/extra vehicles).
The manager makes it very clear when you move in about the covered parking spots which one is yours and whatnot, and the entire time we were carrying groceries up there was NOBODY outside with that vehicle, and the trailer was empty. It was kinda irritating because if they had taken a few minutes tops to park their SUV a little more carefully, they could have easily just taken up one parking space, PLUS the apartment is small!! I mean, it shouldn't take that long to move anyways. And it was sitting there empty, and them taking up 2 parking spaces meant it was a hell of a lot more of a hassle dragging all those groceries upstairs.
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