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Parking preoccupation: City council considers campus, residential access issues | News | #citycouncil

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Columbia City Council appoints 5 Police Review Board members | Mid-Missouri News | #citycouncil

COLUMBIA – The Columbia City Council voted in five new police review board members at their Monday night meeting.  Three vacancies on the board had existed since it was suspended in August. The suspension was caused by three members resigning from the board. Mayor Barbara Buffaloe added at that time that there was “unwelcome behavior” […]

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District 1 City Council Office hosts North St. Mary’s parking solutions meeting | #citycouncil

San Antonio – The San Antonio District 1 City Council Office held a parking solution meeting Saturday at the San Antonio College Gym to address the ongoing parking and safety concerns in the North St. Mary’s area. Concerned District 1 residents, small business owners and stakeholders filled the gym to discuss a solution regarding limited […]

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Boise City Council approves controversial 35-unit apartment complex on Broadway Avenue | Idaho | #citycouncil

BOISE – A new, two-building apartment complex is headed to Broadway Avenue despite concerns from a neighbor about parking and pedestrian safety. On Tuesday, Boise City Council unanimously approved an application from Coeur D’Alene developer Beegawk LLC to develop a 35-unit apartment complex with one and two-bedroom units at 2408 S. Broadway Avenue. Because of […]

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Parking rates back on Sioux City Council’s agenda | Government and Politics | #citycouncil

SIOUX CITY — The Sioux City Council will be asked Monday to increase rates for municipal parking ramps and parking meters, and increase overtime parking fines and other related parking fines. City staff say the rate increases are needed to provide revenue to service the debt for repairs to the parking ramps and to buy […]

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NW Quay Drive: City council to consider parking, traffic control measures | News | #citycouncil

The Lincoln City Council is scheduled Aug. 8, to consider a resolution that would establish parking and traffic control measures for a portion of NW Quay Drive, from Highway 101 to NW 32nd Street. The resolution would prohibit on-street parking on both sides of the street of NW Quay Drive between Highway 101 and NW […]

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Parking, noise ordinances considered by Marietta City Council | News, Sports, Jobs | #citycouncil

Marietta City Council considered multiple pieces of legislation during its regular meeting Thursday at the Armory. (Photo by Evan Bevins) Marietta City Council considered multiple pieces of legislation during its regular meeting Thursday at the Armory. (Photo by Evan Bevins) Marietta City Council pulled three parking ordinances off the table and approved them Thursday evening […]

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Online reservations have cut beach traffic, mayor says | News

Gloucester’s switch to an online parking reservation system that provides digital daily passes for out-of-town beachgoers this summer has cut beach traffic, city officials say. So far, revenues collected online instead of at the gates or through the former seasonal non-resident stickers is in line with past summer tourist seasons, according to Mayor Greg Verga. […]

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City Council approves potential pay-by-phone parking increase in Alexandria | ALXnow | #citycouncil

Paying to park your car in Alexandria by phone could be getting more expensive soon. Alexandria’s City Council voted unanimously on Saturday to enable staff to up the cost of pay-by-phone parking. The current rate in those zones is $1.75 per hour, but the new ordinance would allow the Director of Transportation and Environmental Services […]

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