City Council Denies Parking Zone Changes That Would Harm School, Businesses
Posted Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 6:49 pm
By Victoria Talbot
The City Council on Tuesday denied two parking zone changes recommended by the Traffic and Parking Commission as the first areas set to test consolidating Preferential Parking Permits (PPP) in the City.
The program, which would consolidate PPP zones into districts, was a priority of Mayor Julian Gold in 2016-17 and supported by Councilmember Les Friedman, both veterans of the Traffic and Parking Commission. Seven multi-family residential blocks were targeted for priorities to “test” the process and evaluate impacts.
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