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Council Reaches Compromise Over Parking in Provo

Council Reaches Compromise Over Parking in Provo

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(KSL News) Provo City Council members have reached a compromise with resident and BYU students concerning parking.

Council members were considering a proposal to require permits for people parking on the street in the North Joaquin neighborhood.

However, homeowners and student renters say it's not fair to require their visitors to pay.

Last night council members changed the proposal, saying they will only enforce permits between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on weekdays.

You can find more details on the proposal by following the link on this page.

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