Beverly Hills City Council Will Consider Urgency Ordinance to Lower Parking Requirements
Posted Thursday, December 5, 2019 - 5:42 pm
The Beverly Hills City Council is slated to consider an urgency ordinance to lower parking requirements at its upcoming study session on Tuesday, Dec. 10. At the Council’s previous study session, on Nov. 19, Council members discussed the City’s existing in-lieu parking program regulations with several community members voicing their opinions that it was important to act with urgency, rather than continuing to delay changes to the program.
The program, which was started in 1976, is outdated according to Councilwoman Lili Bosse, who along with Councilman Julian Gold had requested that the City Council take up the issue in order to make it more amendable to businesses.
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