Student parking at Nashua high schools a concern
Alderman Richard Dowd, Ward 2, is sponsoring the recommended ordinance in an effort to address parking concerns from school administrators.
Although parking permits are required, Dowd said there is still a problem with students parking on school grounds without permits.
Alderman Ken Siegel, Ward 9, said Dowd’s proposal could have unintended consequences as it is currently written. While Siegel said he is sympathetic to the lack of student parking at the schools, he said the proposed ordinance should include more explanation and detail.
The school district is prepared to purchase and install signs for the schools explaining the parking rules, which are only mandated during school hours when school is in session, he said.
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