Curtis Newman was one of many entrepreneurs charging for parking for Oaks Friday in Louisville. He allows parking in his Sixth Street lot for Derby as well. "It is like a neighborhood reunion," said Newman, who has lived in the neighborhood and parked cars since he was 8 years old.
Curtis Newman was one of many entrepreneurs charging for parking for Oaks Friday in Louisville. He allows parking in his Sixth Street lot for Derby as well. "It is like a neighborhood reunion," said Newman, who has lived in the neighborhood and parked cars since he was 8 years old. Tessa Lighty
Curtis Newman was one of many entrepreneurs charging for parking for Oaks Friday in Louisville. He allows parking in his Sixth Street lot for Derby as well. "It is like a neighborhood reunion," said Newman, who has lived in the neighborhood and parked cars since he was 8 years old. Tessa Lighty

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