HR Council Approves Final Reading Of Vehicle Ordinance

The Hood River City Council approved the final reading of an ordinance to limit the amount of time motor vehicles can be parked or stored in the public right of way.  It will limit the amount of time a vehicle can be parked on the street to one week, and require it to be moved at least two blocks.  After having lengthy discussions about the subject in previous meetings, the final passage occurred with almost no conversation.  Hood River Police Chief Neal Holste had told the Council officers needed something on the books to allow them to open discussions with people about the issue, noting complaints they receive about vehicles being left on the street without being moved for long periods of time in various neighborhoods in the community.

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