Two-hour to 144-hour parking?

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The newest version of the Parking Pilot Program was presented a week ago Monday.

Now, instead of even/odd or 72-hour schemes, those with a permit may park on any street, anytime, anywhere for up to six days straight. They are only required to move for the one day a week that will be reserved for cleaning.

This does not include metered or pay-by-plate spaces but does include every other street.

Residents without a permit will have none of these privileges and must abide by 2-hour time limits and no overnight parking.

I have many concerns about this program. If you have a voice to add, please come to the final Pilot Parking Program meeting on Feb. 12 at Oak Park Village Hall.

Kristi Sloniger

Oak Park

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Pauline Trilik Sharpe  

Posted: February 8th, 2018 12:29 PM

what time is the meeting?

Jack Chalabian  

Posted: February 7th, 2018 7:10 AM

Ms. Sloniger: I encourage you and any other parking user (or non user) in the pilot study to attend the February 12th meeting. The Transportation Commission is open to all comments, concerns, and questions about the study. We expect our community to be vocal about the proposed plan and to express their ideas with the Commission.

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