Earning roughly $100 a day after paying the meter, it's worth it, he said.
"I've been here for 11 years," he said. "Barnes & Noble is now closed. I'm the last resource for books. I'm here from 7 to 7 every day."
His wife drives him to the Upper West Side each morning a 7:00 am from their Wayne, NJ, home.
They arrive just in time to temporarily move the parked car -- the only time it's moved at all -- to make way for the street sweeper.
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