After former Dodger owner Frank McCourt raised the cost of stadium parking to $15 from $10, many Echo Park and Solano Canyon residents who live near the ballpark complained that budget-conscious fans ended up parking for free on nearby streets, where parking spaces were already in short supply. That prompted some residents to create fake “Resident Parking Only” signs (pictured) and windshield placards. Today, the new Dodger owners, which include Lakers legend Magic Johnson, took a step to win over fans and neighbors by cutting the cost of general stadium parking back to $10, according to L.A. Biz Observed. Let’s see if that move proves to be as popular with the neighbors as it will be with the fans.
May 10, 2018