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Consistent theme through many of these comments, same as at the meeting. MeMeMe, I need to park, I don't want anybody taking MY spot. Sheesh, people! To paraphrase Bill Clinton, "it's the demand, stupid!" If we tackled demand, there would be room for those that really need it to park. If we had to pay an on-street parking fee for each car, and a much heftier fee for the second car, and heftier yet if the home has off-street parking, maybe people would start to give some thought to whether they really need that second car, or even the first one. Add to that more frequent and reliable bus service, and some van pool subsidies and then maybe things wouldn't be so dog-eat-dog.

by LouDC on Dec 5, 2012 10:12 pm • linkreport

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