On a recent stroll in her Westchester neighborhood, Leslie Rittenour watched a dusty white Cherokee with Washington plates wedge its way into a small parking spot on the street in front of her home.
Like the two cars it squeezed between — a gray Prius and a beat-up Honda — it had a Loyola Marymount University decal on its windshield.
Rittenour pursed her lips as she walked past the cars.
"They say it's a public street," Rittenour said, scoffingly. "If every day it's like this, it's really just an LMU parking lot."