Help! Tourists Create Traffic Snarl at John Lennon Death Site

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The famed Dakota Building, where John Lennon was slain in 1980, has become a major attraction for tourists and a thorn in the side of residents who live in the area, according to the New York Post.

Noisy, traffic-snarling tour buses double parking in front of the Dakota to unload tourists has become a major annoyance and traffic hazard to West Side residents.

The problem has become so bad that Councilwoman Gale Brewer has asked Mayor Bloomberg to station police outside the building on weekends to stop buses from double parking, according to the Post.

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