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Oppo, is this legally enforceable?

So our county fair is going on right now and as I was walking from where I parked. Someone had a sign in front of their house that only people there for an estate sale could park in front of their house,but no fair parking. I can’t see how this is actually enforceable because you don’t own the street in front of your house, the city does. I understand not blocking someone’s driveway. But isn’t preventing people from parking on the street in front of your house really not enforceable. Across the street from the fair is a Safeway in a strip mall, and they had a sign saying “no fair parking”as well. that one makes sense because the parking lot is private property. But is the former actually just aa load of crap? Or am I totally wrong?


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