Changes to parking ordinance

New parking ordinance requires people to move their vehicles more often in downtown Rochester.

Posted: Mon Oct 15 16:59:39 PDT 2018
Updated: Mon Oct 15 16:59:39 PDT 2018

Speech to Text for Changes to parking ordinance

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changes are set for downtown rochester parking meters... requiring people to move their vehicles more often... or face a violation. the new parking ordinance... limits the time you can spend at a single meter. after the time is up... visitors won't be able to just plug the meter... they will have to park in a new spot at least a block away. they aren't able to go back to their original spot á for at least 4 hours. jennifer soberg á was running errands downtown today... and tells us this is another reason why she takes public transportatio n. parking's hard enough downtown right now anyways... so i already have a lot of parking tickets so i avoid parking downtown as much as i can. this oridinance is already in place... but the city is giving people a grace period á until october 31st... to get use to the
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