Police Try To Alleviate New Canaan Post Office Traffic Concerns

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The New Canaan Police Department are letting residents know that police will have "a regular presence at the 90 Main St. temporary Post Office, according to a report from NCAdvertiser.com.
The New Canaan Police Department are letting residents know that police will have "a regular presence at the 90 Main St. temporary Post Office, according to a report from NCAdvertiser.com. Photo Credit: File Photo

NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- The New Canaan Police Department are promising to have "a regular presence" at the 90 Main St. temporary post office due to parking complaints, according to a report from NCAdvertiser.com. 

The old post office at 2 Pine St., which had been open more than 50 years, shut down operations in January, according to previous Daily Voice reports. Mrs. Green's Natural Market, an organic grocer, has signed a lease with Elm Street Partners for that space.

New Canaan Police Capt. Vincent DeMaio told NCAdvertiser.com that "the police department continues to get complaints from Post Office users about the state of parking at the Main Street site," according to the report. 

DeMaio "agreed to set up a schedule with officers periodically dropping by the Main Street location in 10- to 15-minute intervals as a means of helping calm the situation," according to the NCAdvertiser.com story.

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The public is understandably irate at the lack of parking.
When a handicapped elderly woman double parked, with her sick husband in the car, to "run in" to get her mail and came out to find a ticket, she was understandably very upset. I thought the police were supposed to help the helpless.