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Belvedere residents sound off on plans to tighten 72-hour rules for parking

Belvedere residents seem to have mixed feelings about a proposal to stiffen the city’s 72-hour street-parking rule and require vehicles be moved at least 300 feet, preventing owners from rolling their cars by an inch or just taking the next-closest spot. About two dozen people attended a public discussion of the proposal at a Feb. 27 meeting of the Belvedere Traffic Safety and Circulation Committee. Several residents said they had been directly impacted by neighbors leaving multiple cars on their street for days or weeks on end, while others said they have never experienced an issue with street parking in Belvedere.

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