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Belvedere panel recommends cinching 72-hour parking rules

A Belvedere police proposal that would tighten Belvedere’s 72-hour parking rule by requiring cars to move at least 300 feet every three days is headed to the City Council. The city’s Traffic Safety and Circulation Committee voted unanimously last month to recommend several amendments to city parking rules, including the requirement that vehicles be moved at least 300 feet every 72 hours to prevent owners from rolling their cars forward an inch or taking the next-closest spot. The proposal would also impose a 12-hour window before a car owner could return to the same parking spot.

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