Fox News reported this morning that a county in North Carolina had created special reserved parking for veterans that have been injured while serving this country. Here are some details from their story.

Onslow County Manager Jeff Hudson told the newspaper that county officials will install two wounded warrior parking spaces each at the tax office, the health department and the county's multipurpose complex.

“It’s a new program for us, but certainly we’re proud of our service members,” Hudson said. “We want to make sure that when they utilize county services, that it’s as easy as possible for them.”

Personally, I think this is a great idea.  Would you be in favor of Adams and/or Marion County implementing something like this in our area?  Would you be willing to walk a bit further so a veteran wouldn't have to?  Let us know your thoughts!

For more information about the Wounded Warriors project, check out their Facebook page.