Good idea to slow down on the parking study | Guest View
Last updated 8/30/2019 at 10:19am
In reviewing the parking study process and the item on the City Council agenda to approve over $100,000 for an outside consultant and staff time to determine current parking capacity issues downtown, I am concerned this process is strangely familiar to previous attempts that have failed to meaningfully involve the public at the outset.
As the council has wisely listened to their local constituents and added downtown parking issues to their concerns, the process to address the issue seems to be following a familiar, rocky path.
Councilmembers Dave Teitzel, Tom Mesaros and others have stated...