Parking a community issue
The towing company that removed their cars would argue that there is signage that warns against parking there. None of the seven women whose cars were towed had seen or knew of these new signs. Indeed, there are new signs, but not where you can easily see or read them. Everyone who lives here, knows that turning off of highway 105 into Highland Commons requires your full attention to the driveway and not to looking for undersized signage with an ambiguous message.
The two new signs had just a phone number to a unfamiliar location. The towing company is down a dark gavel driveway leading to a compound with a "beware of dogs" sign and surrounded by a chain link fence. There is a creepy looking building at the end of an alley where these ladies had to go inside to pay the ransom for their cars through an opening in a thick glass window. Naturally, they were nervous.
Parking is an issue in this community, but it should be handled with courtesy and respect. Any of these ladies could have been your wife, mother, or grandmother. Towing a person's car where there is insufficient warning and demanding $115 cash to get it back could be considered criminal.