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Possible Parking Meter "Expansion"
6/17/2009 • BY GEORGE BEIER / VIA LISA BULLWINKEL • 1 Comment

 

PARKING METER EXPANSION PROGRAM PUBLIC MEETING
Wednesday, June 17, 7PM
South Berkeley Senior Center
2939 Ellis St., Berkeley
 
In February, the City Council directed staff to meet with neighborhood residents and businesses in areas affected by the proposed Parking Meter Expansion Program.  The Transportation Division of Public Works will hold a Pubic Meeting in our area to discuss proposed locations and rationale for parking meter placement.  you are invited to attend and provide input and feedback on the proposal.  Your comments will assist the city in identifying appropriate locations to install surplus parking meters.  The proposal is currently scheduled for consideration by City Council in September.  The previous staff report to Council can be found in the February 10 Agenda, Item 13 at www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/ContentDisplay.aspx?id=9868  for more info contact Danette Perry, Parking Services Manager 510-981-7057, Public Works/Transportation Division, 1947 Center St., 3rd Fl., Berkeley 94704.
 
 
This is directly off a notice I was sent.  I love the part about  'surplus parking meters' because they just don't know what else to do with them!  But they want to put them all around the Berkeley bowl on Shattuck, etc. which will mean people coming in here to park during the day to avoid the meters.........
 
Is there someone who might be able to attend and make a report on Thursday at the LNA Meeting?
 
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Lisa Bullwinkel
2934 Fulton St.
Berkeley, CA 94705
510.548.4459
510.334.6523
Comments:
Shms says:
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 at 12:53 PM
Sounds about right for now. Piscataway has had the best year. The two Hunterdon teams have beaten all the ohrtes (except for North's loss to Montgomery.) Then come the two Somerset finalists, with Ville over GSB based on their win head-to-head. Then the two Somerset semi-final losers. Then you round out the rest with schools that have been lurking at or below 8-9-10 all year. Of course, given that these teams will play each other over the week (for starters, 5 plays 7; 4 plays 5; 2 and 3 should meet) this will change substantially once the State tournament starts.
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