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Sag Harbor Village Board Considers Limiting Long Term Parking

Posted on 02 April 2013

The Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on April 9 at 6 p.m. to consider a new local law that would limit the time cars can be parked in a municipal lot —including year-round long-term/overnight parking — to three consecutive days.

Previously, the code allowed cars to park for up to seven days, but as trustee Robby Stein noted, village lots were becoming de facto parking lots for some residents which is why the change has been proposed.

The public hearing will take place at the start of the village board’s monthly meeting, which is held in the second floor meeting room of the Municipal Building on Main Street.

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