Greenville city staff gathered residents’ concerns, opinions and questions on Monday evening about proposed parking regulation changes in a section of the city north of the East Carolina University campus.
The public input meeting at City Hall was part of a process initiated by the City Council to address concerns some residents of the University Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative Overlay District have about parking conditions.
Two recommendations emerged in March from a six-member overlay initiative committee to limit and control parking for district residents only and establish backyard parking standards that include limiting the number of continuous vehicles on site to four on an improved surface with proper screening, Development Director Merrill Flood told the audience.
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