Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says no changes will be made to the city's space saver program, but that he's disappointed in the threatening notes some people are leaving behind.
A report Thursday said Walsh was considering getting rid of the program, where people place a variety of items in shoveled-out parking spots to try and keep ownership of the space, after some threats were found on cars and space savers.
"Please be respectful of your neighbors--we all share these streets and our City," Walsh said in a tweet Thursday afternoon. "No threats will be tolerated."
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Items like older computer monitors, corn hole tables and paintings were among some of the space savers seen in the city following the historic snowstorm that dumped more than a foot of snow on Boston last week.
Boston city officials are reminding residents that space savers are only allowed for 48 hours after a snow emergency is declared.
Following last week's storm, the ability to use a space saver expired Sunday afternoon.