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Rochester enacts citywide parking ban due to storm
The citywide parking ban is scheduled to be in effect between 9 p.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday. As a result, vehicles without exemption permits could be towed from all streets and parking lots throughout the city, according to www.rochesternh.net.
City officials plan to work closely with businesses – especially restaurants in the downtown – to ensure all customers and employees have a chance to move their vehicles into designated parking areas before beginning to remove snow, if possible, according to a Public Works spokeswoman.
While curbside trash pickup is delayed one day due to the New Year’s holiday, the schedule is not impacted by the storm, according to Waste Management officials. For more information, visit www.wm.com.
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