According to the cute little stars and moon sign, if you want the privilege of parking there you'll have to set the old alarm and find another spot for your vehicle between the ungodly hours of 12am and 3am on Thursday mornings.
I will never, ever complain about Bedford Park's 11:30am to 1pm street cleaning again. Okay, that's a lie. I will always complain about alternate side parking. Especially when the shee-shee-foo-foo Upper East Siders in Manhattan only have to move their cars for a total of 20 minutes. Money talks people.
Anyway, does anyone know if this midnight street cleaning is something that BoogieDowner should be especially peeved about? Does this night regulation exist anywhere in Manhattan, or in gentrified areas of Brooklyn? Or does the DOT just like to screw people living in marginalized hoods?