City Councilors at odds over solutions to parking problems
Mounting anger over Boston’s parking congestion is leading to a clash on the City Council, with old-school members demanding more parking spaces while newer councilors want fewer cars, as a major city study on the hot-button issue is
set for release.
“I’ve gone to everybody and gotten nowhere. I’m pissed,” District 2 Councilor Bill Linehan said in frustration about the lack of residential parking and parking enforcement in South Boston, at a City Council hearing on parking yesterday. “There’s other programs I can’t even begin to initiate with the administration to make it better to live in... read more
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