Remember the big brouhaha last May over proposed parking rules that would not allow you to park at the same meter, the same block or even the same city parking lot — twice in the same day?
Well the City Council’s Public Safety and Transportation committee will discuss a new version of proposed changes to the city’s overtime parking rules on Weds. Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. and they’re certainly less restrictive but no doubt will still upset some folks.
The new ordinance would prevent you from feeding (with coins or the app) a meter once your original time has expired and instead you would have to
The City Council’s Land Use Committee will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. at Newton City Hall to hear about Northland’s much-anticipated transportation plan for its project at Needham and Oak Streets.
Northland is proposing a variety of traffic mitigation remedies, including limiting residential parking to one space per unit and funding new and improved bike and pedestian paths.
But the most significant part of the plan is a proposal to operate and fund a shuttle system that would be open to public use at
Very sad to report to that Newton has lost John O’Hara, who co-owned Paddy’s Public House in West Newton and O’Hara’s Food & Spirits in Newton Highlands with his brother Karl.
We asked the same question about the City Council last week, now let’s discuss how Ruthanne Fuller has done as she completes her first year as mayor. (TAB story here.)
From all of us at Village 14 we wish you a joyful holiday season.
And there’s this from the Newton Police…