The first things to go in a socialist state is our property and our freedom to assemble. A religious group is one of those basic forms of assembly and it will always be a thorn in the side of a socialist.
Socialists want people to worship the state and bow down to an erected statue of the fearless and enlightened leader.
Religious people, on the other hand, often reserve their praise for a higher power and it is no coincidence that Marx zeroed in on religion as being the opiate of the masses. In order for the state to gain full support from the masses, the peole have to be convinced that they need to worship the state's very existence. Marx knew that and so did every dictator from Hitler all the way back to the Babylonian kings of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. (not to get all biblical on you, but those three were thrown into the furnace for not bowing to a statue of the king)
I am losing hope in people when it comes to faith and property. I see history repeating itself.
With that I leave you this. Though it seems to be about a harmless problem dealing with parking, I can't help to think the county worker has a big problem with religion.