Wednesday, July 31, 2013

"did raise questions and concerns"

The Milford Daily News reports on the Planning Board approval of a new downtown parking bylaw.
Most parking problems stem from people parking illegally in the Depot Street commuter rail lot and failing to put money in the parking meters. 
Primary parking structures may help alleviate the burden on business owners to provide parking for their customers. And, they may bring more customers into the downtown area. 
The next step in the bylaw’s approval process is for the Town Council to schedule two public readings of the bylaw. At these, the public will be allowed to comment on the proposed bylaw. 
Once both readings are complete, the council will close the public readings and take a vote.

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With the Town Council in a special workshop/meeting Wednesday night on zoning bylaws, this is likely to be one of the topics of discussion. The meeting is scheduled for 7:00 PM in the 3rd Floor Training Room at the Municipal Bldg. This location is not enabled for broadcast unless special arrangements are made so if you do want to participate, it would be necessary to be there in person.

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