The parking subcommittee, which has been meeting for several months, and has been conducting surveys, presented its current proposal to the planning commission at Tuesday night’s meeting.
The presentation was an oral report by chairman Bill Stramm.
This proposed “phase I” approach does include a recommendation to change the pattern on Mason Avenue north side between Peach and midway of Pine and Harbor to pull-in angle parking.
Also, a recommendation to stripe as parallel parking stalls north side Mason Avenue from midway Peach and Plum east to the Kellogg building and Harbor to Bay was given.
Removing curbside parking on the east side of the zero-100 block of Pine Street also in the proposed “phase I” plan.
The next meeting of the subcommittee is on Monday, December 10 at 3:00 pm in the Civic Center. The public is encouraged to attend.