HR County Commission To Get More Input On Post Canyon Parking

Hood River County Commissioners are asking for more input before deciding whether to establish an overnight no parking zone at the west end of Post Canyon Drive.  Indefinite parking has become a safety concern on the west end of Post Canyon Drive.  During the winter several cars used the area for camping, which was a hindrance for snow removal, and some cars have continued to use it since.  County Public Works proposed signage for prohibiting parking from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. on 1,400 feet of Post Canyon Drive, but County Commission Chair Ron Rivers says the Commission wants to determine if they need to go further up Post Canyon on the gravel roads where the Forestry Department has jurisdiction.  In other business, the Commission in its role as the Windmaster Urban Renewal Agency Board approved distributing $200,000 in Urban Renewal funds to the Port of Hood River as a match for state funding for the construction work on the north apron at the Ken Jernstedt Airfield.

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