Amazon removed Hub lockers from two Chicago parks after public outcry
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Amazon removed Hub lockers from two Chicago parks after public outcry

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Photo: Alderwoman Rossana Rodriguez

Amazon has removed two of its Hub lockers from parks in Chicago after public outcry over blocked sidewalks, Book Club Chicago writes. While they offer a convenient place to pick up packages and drop off returns, a locker making a public park less accessible might not be the kind of tradeoff even a devoted Amazon customer is comfortable with.

Photos shared by the 33rd Ward Alderwoman Rossana Rodriguez make it pretty clear how egregious the placement was, at least in Brands Park. Technically, you could still roll by the locker and get to the rest of the park, but that possibility goes away as soon as someone stands in front to get something out.

I’ve spent a good part of my morning handling the placement of an Amazon box at a park in my…

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