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Parking rules should meet our needs

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From page A10 | September 19, 2013 |

I hope that the City Council listens to all the negative opinion on the idea of extending parking limits to 8 p.m. and shortening parking time to 90 minutes. These ideas will keep more patrons from downtown restaurants and retailers. You cannot enjoy a movie or a dinner with friends in that time.

I am a senior, who cannot solve the problem by riding a bike. Please, council members, reconsider and put the downtown patrons first.

Anne Syer
Davis

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  • ScottSeptember 19, 2013 - 9:03 am

    When has the City Council EVER made a decision that represented the desire of the MAJORITY of Davis residents? I don't know if they thrive on the drama and confrontation or if they're just that brain dead.

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  • JakeSeptember 19, 2013 - 9:17 am

    Leave the parking the way it is, it works. If you start charging for parking I and many others will lesson our trips and the downtown loses business. Another thing, why do we have biking advocates on the parking commission? Are they going to have drivers best interests in mind?

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  • Chris LambertSeptember 19, 2013 - 4:05 pm

    I wonder, do drivers have the best interests of the planet in mind? I'm a little sickened by so much concern for "parking". Madness.

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