Tony Sacco is co-owner of Mootz Pizzeria and Bar. There is a single sign along the curb indicating that parking is reserved for drivers with a handicap tag.
But Sacco says it's confusing because parking enforcers consider the space reserved for as many as four vehicles.
"There is two losers here -- one the person getting a ticket, but how about the person that is a handicapped person that needs that spot?" he said. "I’m not going to try and fight with the city because that’s pretty useless."
For Sacco, the last straw was a $150 ticket given to a woman who was buying ice cream for her kids.
"There was a single mom with her two little babies going to get an ice cream, and she came to a ticket, like what the heck?" he said. "I felt bad so I picked up her ticket. I’ve paid for tickets for my customers."
Sacco says anyone who now parks in the blue zone and gets a ticket deserves it.
There was no immediate comment from the city Wednesday.