Indiana county has three times more parking spaces than residents
Indiana’s Tippecanoe County is home to 155,000 residents whom apparently are swamped with visitors, as the county has 355,000 public parking spaces. We’ll just float this by them: Parking lots can contribute to water pollution, erosion, the urban heat island effect, and local flooding. Which could be extra dangerous for those in a Tippecanoe — if you get our drift. They could be up a creek without a paddle. It gives us a sinking feeling. OK, we’re done.