Meter hours extended, but resident parking fee dies in Manchester
The traffic and public safety committee earlier in the day voted 3-2 to recommend removing the resident permit fee while passing the other regulations.
But Ward 4 Alderman Jim Roy disagreed.
“I believe we should be charging for residential permits,” he said. “I don’t think we should be giving these away for free,” he said.
After a short debate, the full board voted to approve the changes without the permit fee. Only Ward 12’s Keith Hirschmann and Alderman-at-Large Joe Kelly Levasseur voted no.
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