Sunday, January 27, 2008

Overnight parking ban proposed for RVs, trailers

SAN DIEGO – Parking restrictions targeting recreational vehicles, trailers and campers may be coming to a San Diego, California.

Three City Council members have proposed a pilot program prohibiting overnight parking of these vehicles on public streets in certain neighborhoods.

Residents and their guests in affected areas would have to obtain parking permits good for up to 72 hours. Even with a permit, they would have to park within 150 feet of their address.

Council President Scott Peters and council members Donna Frye and Kevin Faulconer are pushing for the tighter regulations at Tuesday's City Council meeting. If the proposal has enough support, city staff will be asked to determine the permit fees and the cost of parking enforcement. Then the issue will come back for a vote.
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