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Is it legal if the police won't let me put up a sign in my yard for people to pay for parking?

Question Details: My family and I live right behind a balloon park. This time of year we often times put up a sign saying somehting like, "Park Here $7 per car". However, this year is a little different. We noticed a few police cars located right outside our house monitoring traffic. When we went out to place a sign, they said, "Oh sorry, we can't let you do that this year due to the new zoning rules". When I found out about this I was pretty baffled. I believe that we have the right to offer parking on our property. The government is picking winners and losers for who gets business. It's as if the people who run the balloon fiesta are trying to gain more profit.

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