HR Council Looks At Time Limit For Parking

Hood River City Councilors have asked municipal staff to bring back an ordinance prohibiting parking on the public right-of-way or on public property for over one week without moving the vehicle at least two blocks.  Councilors wrestled with the subject of finding an appropriate length of time and distance.  City Attorney Dan Kearns reiterated the purpose of the ordinance will be to give police officers a tool to begin conversations that they don’t have now.  There was a suggestion of a permit program for residents, but Councilors were reticent to move in that direction.


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