Parking, downtown parking. A problem, or not?
Parking changes are on the agenda for the Town Council on Wednesday. These came up through the Economic Development Subcommittee with a 3-1 vote to recommend to the Council.
There are 4 separate but integrated bylaws to cover the changes proposed.
The first reading is Wednesday. The bylaws can be voted to move as is, or with modification(s) to a second reading. The second reading would come at a future Council meeting. Implementation would take some months of preparation before they would actually be in effect (assuming they are approved).
- b. Bylaw Amendment 22-884: Chapter 170, Vehicles and Traffic, Article IV, Stopping, Standing and Parking, §170-15 Parking Prohibitions and Limitations, D. Parking Prohibited, Downtown Parking Map - First Reading (Motion to Move Bylaw Amendment 22-884 to a Second Reading - Majority Vote) https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/9b._web_22-884_parking_map.pdf
- c. Bylaw Amendment 22-885: Chapter 170, Vehicles and Traffic, §170-20, Additional regulations; violations and penalties. - First Reading (Motion to Move Bylaw Amendment 22-885 to a Second Reading - Majority Vote) https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/9c._-_bylaw_amendment_22-885_amendment_chapter_170_ta_auth_to_set_fees.pdf
- d. Bylaw Amendment 22-886: Chapter 82, Fees, Municipal Service, § 82-6, Subsection K. Police - First Reading (Motion to Move Bylaw Amendment 22-886 to a Second Reading - Majority Vote) https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/9d._-_bylaw_amendment_22-886_amendment_chapter_82_municipal_service_fees_striking_quarterly_fees.pdf
- e. Bylaw Amendment 22-879: Chapter 170, Vehicles and Traffic, Appendix A, Fines, Parking Violations - First Reading (Motion to Take off the Table and Move Bylaw Amendment 22-879 to Second Reading - Majority Vote) https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/uploads/bylaw_amendment_-_parking_fees.pdf
Or use this one PDF to find all four zoning bylaws together
Note: The Dean College neighborhood parking issues are not on this agenda. With the new administration at Dean, the idea is to let them form their talked of/proposed neighborhood group to start and work to address the issue.
The full agenda includes remote connection to the meeting
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